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3D Dental Printer

By combining oral scanning, CAD/CAM design & 3D printing, dental labs can accurately produce crowns, bridges, stone models & a range of orthodontic appliances rapidly. For a growing number of dental lab owners, digital dentistry is already here, with 3D printing as part of the business strategy, dental & orthodontic labs can speed production while improving quality and precision. 

3D print the industry’s most accurate wax-ups

With the introduction WDM (wax deposition modelling) dentist can produce extremely precise wax-ups with incredibly fine detail and smooth surfaces, in a casting material that burns away clean for a beautiful final product with minimal post-processing. The technology is consistent, reliable and repeatable so you can create high-quality dental restorations every time, every day. 

How WDM Technology Works

WDM 3D Printers build smooth, detailed casting wax-ups by jetting tiny droplets of a wax-like material called TrueWax onto a build tray. Where overhanging shapes and complex geometries require support during production, the 3D printer deposits a removable wax-blend material called TrueSupport.

  • Imaging: A dental scanner or CAD program generates a high-resolution 3D image to be exported as an STL file and prepared for 3D printing.
  • Pre-processing: Specialized software automatically calculates where and how much TrueWax and TrueSupport material to deposit.
  • Production: The 3D printer heats and deposits the materials onto a build plate, one fine layer at a time. After each layer is deposited, a fine rotary planer levels the build surface to ensure accuracy before adding the next layer.
  • Post-processing: The support material easily melts away at a relatively low temperature to reveal a wax-up ready for immediate investment casting.

Easily produce surgical guides

PolyJet technology lets you quickly and easily produce surgical guides, fitting models, veneer try-ins and orthodontic appliances from materials specially engineered for dental applications

Digital Dentistry With PolyJet 3D Printing Materials

PolyJet technology empowers dental practices and labs with three specially engineered dental materials:

  • VeroDent (MED670) provides amazingly fine 16-micron layer thickness, rendering small features in great detail; and excellent strength and durability.
  • VeroDentPlus (MED690) also provides fine 16-micron layers, plus the best available strength and durability.
  • VeroGlaze (MED620) is an opaque white acrylic material for realistic veneer models & diagnostic wax-ups that require A2-Shade colour match.

In addition, Bio-compatible Material (MED610) is a clear PolyJet photopolymer medically approved for temporary in-mouth placement.

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