Dental Applications Specialist Chris Kabot showcases the benefits of 3D printing with an advanced DLP 3D printer – the EnvisionTEC Perfactory Vida, for the fabrication of dental implant applications. The premium Vida desktop 3D printer can conveniently print models, castables, restorations and appliances. Paired with an industry-leading materials library, featuring a variety of FDA and CE-approved materials, the Vida offers
EnvisionTEC’s E-Denture material for the Perfactory family of 3D printers is an FDA-approved, biocompatible Class IIa material suitable for printing all types of denture bases. This material has low shrinkage compared to standard PMMA denture base materials, which results in excellent fitting denture bases. This 3D-printed solution allows for a natural looking appliance with exceptional customized fit
This year was no different as the DLP specialist presented its expansive portfolio of machines and materials spanning everything from dental applications to sand printing.
The vast industry that has sprung up around this latter type of “non-chairside restoration” is a complex and exacting business. After all, no two people’s teeth are the same and every type and extent of tooth damage is unique to the individual. Many such restorations performed today still use lost-wax technology that has barely changed in 100 years.
To celebrate how different and exciting our high-speed printing technology is, we’re also unveiling a fresh new look for our 3D printers powered by Continuous Digital Light Manufacturing (cDLM) technology.
We launched the Micro cDLM in 2016 at the JCK Las Vegas jewelry show, for our loyal customers who have relied on our 3D printers for 15 years. Today, jewelers can 3D print 5-7 custom ring patterns for customers in 15 minutes or less, helping them close sales faster.
EnvisionTEC went to the Greater NY Dental Meeting at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York, NY to present our Vida Hi-Res dental 3D printer with a touchscreen, on-board computer and USB drive.
When combining the higher resolution power of the Perfactory Vida Hi-Res 3D printer and Ortho Tough M material the digital dental laboratory is equipped for success.
EnvisionTEC’s E-Dent 400 has been developed especially for the manufacturing of long term crown and bridge provisional. Full crowns or multi unit bridges can be printed. The printed design can also be cut back to allow for color layering and shading.
EnvisionTEC’s 3Dent® dental model printer uses 3SP (Scan, Spin and Selectively Photocure) technology for the 3D printing of highly accurate dental models. The 3Dent® features a build speed of up to 10mm/hour for the full build envelope, making it at least 2 times faster than any competitive product on the market today. A simple user interface with a built-in touch
The surface quality of the EnvisionTEC printers was superior to those offered by competitors. Because the surface finish of the model is so excellent, he noted, “We can produce a very clear aligner without any distortion in the model during vacuum forming under heat.”
The Perfactory® Vida is a low cost, open architecture, easy to maintain and user friendly 3D printer for the digital dental laboratory. The Vida boasts a high resolution projector running at 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution with custom UV optics.
Design and print a guide with sleeves and other features that enable the dentist to drill to precise depths and angles without worrying about hitting a nerve.
Oral Arts Dental Lab Huntsville EnvisionTec 3D Printer Evaluation.
Take a look at this video as Dr August de Oliveira from Digital Enamel interviews Chris Cabert from EnvisionTEC at the International Dental Show 2017.
Artec 3D has recently unveiled the Artec Leo, a smart handheld 3D scanner that captures up to 80 frames per second (FPS).
The scanner includes Autopilot — an AI-based feature within the Artec Studio 11 software that automatically processes raw 3D data into high-quality 3D models.
Many beginners are debating the difference between SLA (laser-based stereolithography) and DLP (digital light processing) – which is the superior technology?
Understanding the 3D printing procedure will help to break down what you can expect from a final print.
SLA and DLP‘s approach are very similar: A vat of resin is exposed to a light source that cures the material and ‘stacks-it-up’ to create one solid object.
EnvisionTEC is one of the leading 3D printers and material distributors. Sales of their dental 3D printers grew 75% in 2016 — with no signs of slowing.
The new Vida cDLM is actually 5-10 times faster than prior DLP technology which makes it the world’s fastest dental 3D printer (for the moment). But the printer also offers an array of other key benefits which allow accurate, high-speed 3D printing with fewer supports, making it easier to clean up after each print.
A variety of EnvisionTEC 3D printers perform a crucial role in keeping a large Pittsburgh dental lab competitive.
As the popularity of dental implant treatment increases, it is becoming more crucial to provide the most advanced digital solutions, innovative products and simplified services to competitively meet the needs of your clinical partners and the patients they serve.
Feedback on EnvisionTEC Training … In the words of Valorie Havercamp, Purple Mountain Jewelry, Inc. “My husband and I attended a training class for our Micro machine in late August and we wanted to give you some feedback. Lauren was our trainer and she was AWESOME! She made something very foreign to us seem understandable. She is a combination of knowledge, experience,
EnvisionTEC Dental Applications Specialist Chris Kabot discusses EnvisionTEC’s E-Guard material, an FDA-approved biocompatible crystal clear material for the direct production or manufacturing of bite or night guards on the Perfactory® line of 3D Printers.
In automotive manufacturing industry the potential of 3D printing was amongst the topics creating a buzz with executives attending an automotive conference in Traverse City earlier this month.