How 3D printing is revolutionizing the dental industry
Orthodontic models used to be made by pouring the models with actual stone. This means that the quality of the finished dental models would depend entirely on the skills of the technician. The traditional method makes it extremely difficult and costly to produce high-quality dental models as there is a higher chance for potential errors.
Now, with 3D printers, even delicate structures can easily be recreated as dental models are built layer-by-layer while the entire process is completed using a software program. Just scan the dental impression, design the model with any dental requirements or specifications and it’s ready to be 3D printed. With just a fraction of the cost, there is no need to pour your models with stone and wait around for them to dry.
Compared to a plaster model, a dental 3D-model is a much more stable, durable, and precise alternative. Digital technologies allow for a simpler workflow, fewer errors, and a reduced amount of labor, which will save both time and money.
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Phrozen Sonic Series
The Best Entry-level 3D Printer for Dentistry
20% lower in price than other dental 3D printers.
Works with the majority of
Compatible with the majority of scanners, slicing software, and resins.
3D prints are produced & delivered in an hour or less.
Easy to Set Up
No need to outsource; more controllable and flexible.
Delivers accurate, consistent, high quality same-day dental implants.
High-resolution models with crisp detail without sacrificing speed or accuracy
Models with Removable Dies
3D printing models with removable dies allows for extreme accuracy and bridgework
Indirect bonding trays
Easily places all the brackets at once, saving time at the chair.
High-precision surgical drill guides available at an affordable price
Surgical Guides: Bridge Wax-Ups
Extreme dimensional accuracy in X, Y, and Z, as well as exceptional surface finish,
3D printing resin ideal for printing bite splints
There are numerous 3D modeling CAD software and hardware available on the market. The only major requirement l is that you need to be able to export the model as an STL or CTB file.
Phrozen offers a one-year warranty for all our products except consumables and components, which include paraLED, LCD screen, FEP film, and the building platform. Any damage to the printer, including direct, indirect, or incidental damage, nullifies the warranty.
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In order to succeed with your first print, Phrozen recommends reading our online help, tutorials, and troubleshooting steps. These guides should help you resolve most of the issues customers face with Phrozen printers and resins. If you are facing an issue that has not been covered in the documentation, contact us at email@example.com and our technical engineers will help you solve your issue.
Phrozen does its best to ensure that your printers are working as smoothly as possible, even after your warranty period ends. If you encounter any problems, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will assist you in getting your printer up and running.
Phrozen 3D printers require very low maintenance and ownership costs due to a minimal amount of moving parts in their system. The actual cost varies, depending on the frequency of using the 3D printer and its storage location. Without including consumables, energy, and repairs covered under the warranty, Phrozen 3D printers will generally cost less than US $1,000 per year to maintain.
The following are consumable items you may have to consider when planning for the purchase of a Phrozen 3D Printer:
。Vats (resin tanks)