Dentsply Sirona traces its roots to humble beginnings: DENTSPLY International was founded as Dentists’ Supply Company in 1899 in New York City, and the company that became Sirona Dental Systems was founded in 1877 in Erlangen, Germany. Through our transformative merger in 2016, Dentsply Sirona has grown to become the world’s largest manufacturer of professional dental products and technologies, with approximately 16,000 employees, operations in more than 40 countries worldwide, and a sales presence in more than 120 countries. Quite recently it began to mingle in the dental 3D-printing business, as one of the last dental companies active in this area. In this article you can find the technical specifications of the closed Densply primeprint dental resin 3D-printer and compatible resins.
About the Densply Primeprint dental resin 3D-printer.
Primeprint Solution by Dentsply Sirona is a automated, end-to-end 3D printing system for dentists and dental technicians who want to expand their treatment and service offerings. It is a hardware and software solution that is optimized for dental applications and can run the entire printing process including post processing. The high level of automation helps reduce handling times, allows delegation, and enables maximized productivity. According to Densply, Primeprint Solution enables the user to print biocompatible applications with reproducible and accurate results.
Image by 3D-printingindustry and Densply: The Densply Primeprint dental 3D-printer (left) and the Densply Primeprint post-processing device (right).
Densply Sirona Primeprint dental resin 3D-printer specifications.
Key features of the Densply Sirona Primeprint
- – Printer type DLP
- – Wavelength 385nm
- – Projector resolution 1920*1080 (Full HD)
- – XY resolution 70 microns
- – Build volume (L*W*H) 134* 76 * 150 mm (L * W * H)
Relatively late to the game, Densply Sirona released this closed system resin 3D-printed named the Primeprint to the dental offices and labs. With a Full HD, 385nm DLP projector it has similar specifications compared to the smaller RapidShape and Asiga 3D-printers.
Densply Sirona Primeprint compatible resin.
The Densply Primeprint dental resin 3D-printer seems completely closed. From the documentation provided by Densply it seems that the printer only works with their own cardridges which are chipped with an RFID tag. same is for their post-processing unit. This strategy will help smoothen the workflow and creates a better environment for good results, but also limits users for experimenting or working with different and more affordable resins. Although Liqcreate resins work perfectly fine on 385nm DLP printers, with closed systems it is a different story. There is a big chance that you can’t run our resins on it as adjustments to the settings are not allowed by users. Contact us if you have any questions or when you need help with settings for open resin based 3D-printers.
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