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EnvisionOne Dental

EnvisionOne Dental

The EnvisionOne™ Dental is the ultimate all-in-one 3D printing solution for dental labs and clinics. Powered by cDLM 3D printing technology, the EnvisionOne is capable of speed and precision with one of the widest portfolios of Health Canada and FDA-cleared 3D printing resins. Discover the benefits of a complete digital workflow and bring high-quality 3D printing in-house today.

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VHF S5

VHF S5

With five simultaneously working axes, a blank changer for 8 blanks, VHF’s S5 is engineered for wet and dry machining. You can grind almost any type of glass-ceramics with the add-on wet grinding module. Whether your dental lab’s milling and grinding needs are higher or lower, the S5 workhorse is undeniably the perfect solution.

Objet30 Dental Prime

Objet30 Dental Prime

The Stratasys Objet30 Dental Prime is the perfect 3D printing solution for small to medium sized dental labs looking to bring model production in-house. With an affordable price tag, versatile print settings, and a compact design, this 3D printer will streamline your workflow and provide the capability to quickly build a variety of dental applications. Welcome to digital dentistry, welcome to the world of 3D printing.

Objet Eden260VS Dental Advantage

Objet Eden260VS Dental Advantage

The Stratasys Objet Eden260VS Dental Advantage 3D printer is the designed to meet the needs of your growing lab. It combines high resolution PolyJet technology with greater speeds and a larger build envelope to promote greater throughput. Give your lab a dental advantage with advanced 3D printing technology.

Objet260 Dental 3D Printer

Stratasys Objet260 Dental

Stratasys Objet260 Dental

The Stratasys Objet260 Dental™ 3D printer is an affordable, yet versatile dental system that uses triple jetting PolyJet™ technology. The Objet260 Dental streamlines digital workflow by practically eliminating material changeover by printing in your three most commonly-used materials at once. This allows users to produce patient-specific models and surgical guides in up to three different acrylic resins, in one single job!