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DMR II is a 3D printable rigid material designed to create highly accurate dental models with low shrinkage. Perfect for thermoforming, DMR II is a rigid dental model resin that prints quickly. It has excellent mechanical properties and vertical printing capabilities and can achieve high-precision vertical printing. The DMR II 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, the invisible orthosis and night bite plate can be easily removed from the DMR II model after thermoforming.

Dental Materials

Dental Model Resin II

Dental Model for High-Precision, High Accuracy 

  • High-strength physical properties.
  • DMR II material can be easily removed from the forming table.
  • Easy to clean.

Flexural Strength

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Flexural Modulus

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Tensile Strength

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Elongation at Break

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Simple Digital WorkFlow

LuxCreo's production first approach is designed to simply manufacturing and scale production for dental professionals.

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LuxCreo Dental Printers

Lux series of production printers power LuxCreo Smart Factories and customer high-throughput production and prototyping needs. Lux enables leading printing speeds up to 15 cm/hour enabled by LuxCreo's patented blend of fast printing resins, artificial intelligence, and LEAP technology.

iLux series of production and prototyping desktop printers achieves leading printing speeds. iLux is the first desktop printer to master high-viscosity printing resins in a compact desktop form factor.

Dental Customer Success - Wu Orthodontics

"The speed, consistency and value that Luxcreo's 3D printers and resin provides is outstanding!  My previous printers had numerous recurring issues along with a 20 percent misprint rate that was unsustainable for a high volume orthodontic practice.  Working with Luxcreo over the last several years has been an absolute dream!"

 Eric Wu DMD, President, Wu Orthodontics

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