- Print in batches: Models from multiple patients can be automatically arranged and printed in batches.
- Minimal post-processing: Traditional processes require multiple manual steps including grinding and polishing to produce a finished dental model. 3D printing clear aligners directly streamlines production as the model directly prints from a digital model then washed and cured .
- Faster treatment planning: By reducing total print time, treatment plans finalize and execute faster, leading to a more positive patient experience.
- Reduce labor costs: On average, dental offices can save thousands of dollars a month on labor costs when they select the right solution.
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DMR is a 3D printable rigid material designed to create highly accurate dental models with low shrinkage. Perfect for thermoforming, DMR DMR II is a rigid dental model resin that can be printed quickly. It has excellent mechanical properties and vertical printing capabilities, and can achieve high-precision vertical printing.
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- High-strength physical properties.
- DMR II material can be easily removed from the forming table.
- Easy to clean.
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Compared to average 3D printing processes like fused filament fabrication (FFF) or stereolithography (SLA), digital light processing (DLP) provides highly accurate 3D-printed dental appliances.
Simple Digital WorkFlow
- Scan: Users take an intraoral scan of the patient’s mouth and store it as a digital file. They then convert the scan into a solid model using an .STL file and may choose to add supports to orient the model correctly. Multiple models can also be placed in the build area for batch printing.
- Print: After selecting the appropriate resin, the user sends the model files directly to the printer, and the 3D printing machine prints the devices. After printing, the user removes the models from the build area and trims any support structures.
- Wash and Cure: Lastly, the user quickly washes, cures, and trims the appliance before providing it to the patient. The gloveless process steps are completed in minutes and elevate patient satisfaction with same-day service, reduces follow-up visits for fit adjustment, and frees up time for dental offices to see more patients.
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If you need to produce high-volume quantities of simple and very inexpensive products, then 3D printing processes may not provide significant advantages. However, there are many applications of 3D printing where it solves many production pain points felt by manufacturers. Here’s what you need to know about high-volume additive manufacturing and applications where 3D printing can provide the most value.
Today’s printers use advanced resins, software, and hardware to 3D print higher quality dental appliances than traditional manual methods. Dental practitioners and labs that want a flexible production process should consider these applications of 3D printing in dentistry, dental surgery, and orthodontics.
Advanced printers have improved printing techniques and are compatible with new 3D printer dental resins. These advanced resins support a variety of dental applications, including clear aligners and retainers. 3D printing dental solutions enable new production methods and business models for practitioners and dental labs and require resources for evaluating the range of available 3D printer dental resins. The following comprises a short guide on selecting the best 3D printable resins for different dental appliances.
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Today, lab/practice partnerships are more beneficial with the accessibility of 3D printers. Advanced 3D printing solutions produce devices with a faster turnaround time than traditional and even legacy 3D printing methods. The innovative resins and resin-printing techniques used by modern 3D printers offer industry-leading strength, accuracy, and transparency leading to better end products.