3D Printer 2017-11-21T20:56:42+00:00

3D digital printing in dentistry

For the first time ever, you can print biocompatible 3D models on your desktop. Form 2 on the 3D printer desktop is designed to deliver 3D printing power to dentists. Its speed, precision and compact dimensions make it perfect for dental offices and laboratories. Setting up and sewing for printing takes just 15 minutes. To begin, use an oral scanner for smaller patient invasions. It is easy to export digital files and precise 3D tooth models with just one click. Within a few hours, form 2 produces surgical conductors, handles, and many other things, making it easier to get through.

SG Dental Resin

SG Resin Resin (EN-ISO 10993-1: 2009 / AC: 2010, USP Class VI) biocompatible grade 1 material developed primarily for precision implant surgical implant printing. Resin is intended for direct surgical printing and pilot drill guides.

Digital implantology with a 3D printing desk

With 3D printers, dentists will save time and money by keeping production at home, creating surgical guides to improve patient outcomes.

Large prints, amazing resolution.

At the heart of the device is a powerful optical engine: laser precision at 250mW is driven by custom-made galvanometers, providing large printouts with spectacular detail.

Printer dimensions: 350 × 330 × 520 mm
Weight: 13 kg
Power supply: 100 – 240 V
1.5 A 50/60 Hz
65 W

Printing Technology: SLA (Stereolithography)
Print area: 145 x 145 x 175 mm
Layer thickness (Z axis resolution): 25, 50 or 100 microns
Resin: Dental biocompatible resin (Dental SG)
Resin containers: Cartridges (1 liter capacity)
Laser spot diameter of 140 microns
Laser power 250 mW, UV 405 nm
Laser: EN 60825-1: 2007 certified
Class 1 Laser Product

Supported formats: .STL and .OBJ
System requirements:

  • Windows 7 or newer
  • Mac OS X 10,7 or newer
  • OpenGL 2.1
  • 2 GB RAM

Supported formats: .STL and .OBJ
System requirements:

  • Windows 7 or newer
  • Mac OS X 10,7 or newer
  • OpenGL 2.1
  • 2 GB RAM