DMR III is a 3D printable rigid material designed to create highly accurate restoration model with low shrinkage. It has excellent mechanical properties and vertical printing capabilities, and can achieve high-precision vertical printing. The DMR III material can be easily removed from the forming table and is extremely easy to clean. With its high-strength physical properties and good surface properties.
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