Dental 3D printer DMP Dental 100

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Excellent Surface Quality Manufacture small, dense, complex dental prostheses with excellent surface quality and short post-processing at high productivity. High-performance dental software solution streamlines your workflow. Reduce Unit Cost DMP Dental 100 system enables you to use Direct Metal Printing (DMP) to produce high-quality, metal dental prostheses. Dental laboratories can now eliminate various steps and substantially reduce unit cost per crown or partial while maintaining or increasing quality. With its 3.94 x 3.94 x 3.54 in (100 x 100 x 90 mm) build platform, certified dental material LaserForm® CoCr (C) is a certified Nickel-free CoCr alloy for dental use, manual loading of materials and an optional external recycling station, the DMP Dental 100 is a perfect starting point for dental laboratories. High Productivity Paired with Shortest Post Processing Due to its higher power the 3D Systems entry level dental metal 3D printer now achieves up to double the productivity of its predecessor ultimately leading to reduced per part cost and faster delivery times. Print more than 90 crowns within under 4 hours, in one single print-run. DMP Dental 100 runs with a proprietary roller and very small powder particle sizes, leading to the shortest post processing time in the market. For the 90 crowns for example, stress relieve takes no more than 25 minutes. Best surface finish, less supports With a superior surface finish quality less post-processing is required. Improved surface quality ultimately mean less of the labor intensive post processing and less material usage for your laboratory –saving time and cost.


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