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 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.
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