3D printer - Digital, additive dentistry

Suitable for printing of models, splints and other orthodontic pieces with V-Print model and V-Print ortho

Suitable for processing various, high-quality light-cured 3D printing materials

Use of STL format

High vat volume allows production over night

DLP-Technology with a long-lasting 385 nm UV-LED light source

Maximized building speed with high process reliability due to SMP technology

Patented Flex-Vat technology – increasing printing speed while minimizing support structures, saving time and material

Technical overview:

An increasing number of dentists and dental technicians already rely on the digitalization of their workflow. By integrating 3D printing technology, the in- lab manufacturing can be accelerated, quality and precision improved and costs minimized.

The SolFlex 3D printers give you an easy access to additive manufacturing technology. With 3D printing technology, you benefit from the efficiency advantages of digital designs throughout the production stage. By combining scans with subsequent design and final 3D printing, the manufacture of models and splints for orthodontic dentistry can be achieved quickly and accurately.

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Sensor Monitored Production
350 and 650
Optional sensor technology for optimised production speed with maximum production reliability and constant light output.
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Optional sensor technology for optimised production speed with maximum production reliability.
SolFlex 350, 650

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Technical overview

An increasing number of dentists and dental technicians already rely on the digitalization of their workflow. By integrating 3D printing technology, the in-lab manufacturing can be accelerated, quality and precision improved and costs minimized.

The SolFlex 3D printers give you an easy access to additive manufacturing technology. With 3D printing technology, you benefit from the efficiency advantages of digital designs throughout the production stage. By combining scans with subsequent design and final 3D printing, the manufacture of models and splints for orthodontic dentistry can be achieved quickly and accurately.

SolFlex 650:

Base area: 400 × 400 mm

Build area: 128 × 120 mm (6 exposure areas)

Max. build height: 130 mm

Layer thickness: 25 - 200 μm

Building capacity: up to 24 splints

Building speed: up to 56 mm/h, depending on the material's layer thickness

Pixel size: 50 μm

Precision: 25 μm

SolFlex 350:

Base area: 400 × 400 mm

Build area: 64 × 120 mm (3 exposure areas)

Max. build height: 130 mm

Layer thickness: 25 - 200 μm

Building capacity: up to 12 splints

Building speed: up to 56 mm/h, depending on the material's layer thickness

Pixel size: 50 μm

Precision: 25 μm

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SolFlex 650
SolFlex 350
REF 9104 SolFlex 650 3D-printer
REF 9102 SolFlex 350 3D-printer
REF 9105 SolFlex 650 with SMP – 3D-printer (incl. Sensor Technology)
REF 9103 SolFlex 350 with SMP – 3D-printer (incl. Sensor Technology)
REF 9112 Flex-Vat – Flexibel material reservoir
REF 9111 Flex-Vat – Flexibel material reservoir
REF 9115 Handle bar 350 / 650 – Handle bar Flex-Vat
REF 9115 Handle bar 350 / 650 – Handle bar Flex-Vat
REF 9122 Platform – Building platform
REF 9121 Platform – Building platform
REF 9130 Polymerization Unit (G171)
REF 9130 Polymerization Unit (G171)
     
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