NextDent, famous for its dental biocompatible 3D-printing photopolymer resins just released its second resin 3D-printer. Around 2017-2018 NextDent already released the 3D-systems figure4 technology for dental applications. now with the rise of the LCD resin 3D-printers, the figure4 finally has a successor. Lets see what information is already available on this new dental 3D-printer.
Image by NextDent: the new NextDent LCD1 resin 3D-printer.
NextDent LCD1 resin 3D-printer technical specifications and pricing
At the time of writing, little information is available on pricing and technical specifications. Looking at the specifications available, the printer is quite similar in specifications compared to the Ackuretta Sol and other printers. Perhaps in time more information is available to learn about the unique selling point of this printer. See below the available specifications.
|3D Printing Technology:||LCD|
|Printing Size:||128 x 80 x 140 mm|
|Machine Size:||271 (W) x 292 (L) x 416 (H) mm|
|Machine Weight:||15 kg|
|Pixel Size:||49 micron|
|Printer Wavelength:||405 nm|
|Printing Speed:||4.5 cm/hr.|
|Material System:||NextDent resins / open platform|
|XY Resolution:||49 μm|
|Slice Thickness:||30 – 150 μm|
|Resin Wavelength:||385 ~ 405 mm|
Looking at the printer specifications, it is expected that this printer is equipped with a 4K monochrome LCD screen giving its distinct build size and resolution.
NextDent LCD1 3D-printer resin compatibility
At the time of writing, there is no information on resin compatible on the NextDent LCD1 printer. in the current information, it is stated that it is compatible for 3rd party resins in the operating window of 405nm. If this information is accurate, there is a good possibility that Liqcreate dental resins are compatible on this printer. If you want to try, contact us at email@example.com and we can provide starting settings for experimenting. Happy printing if you happen to be the first lucky few to get your hands on the new NextDent LCD1 3D-printer!
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