Because Axsys Dental Solutions believes the future of dentistry is digital, we represent the EnvisionTEC Dental 3D printers.
EnvisionTEC has designed a 3D printing solution for almost every dental need. So whether you run a small dental or orthodontic practice, or the largest lab, you can reap the benefits of greater capacity, faster turnaround, smoother workflow, and happier customers and patients.
Whether you wish to 3D print bridges, crowns, models, surgical drill guides, night guards or more, EnvisionTEC’s 3D printers combine high-quality 3D printing technology with an industry-leading library of dental materials. Our technology is being rapidly adopted by dentists, orthodontists and dental labs looking to lower costs, provide more convenient patient care and who desire tighter control over treatment plans.
EnvisionTEC systems are being integrated into the digital workflow throughout the global dental industry as CAD/CAM and 3D printing are changing the dental industry at a very fast rate. The success of the digital dental lab implementation relies heavily on:
Choose the best 3D printer for you.
Since the founding of EnvisionTEC in 2002, with pioneering DLP (Digital Light Processing) technology, Envisiontec have been innovators in the 3D printing space.
But they don’t innovate for the sake of innovation. Envisiontec does it to solve the real-world problems of their customers – professionals who manufacture prototypes, tooling, parts and final products for demanding cost-sensitive customers in a variety of industries.
Today, Envisiontec provides more than 40 models of 3D printers based on six distinct process technologies.
Envisiontec printers are known for delivering excellent precision, surface finish, functionality and speed. And each of our families of printers below offers something special to meet the unique needs of our fast-growing list of customers and the industries in which they operate.
The UV Light Curing Box for ULTRA 3SP and Xtreme 3SP is a UV light flood lamp for the post-processing of UV sensitive curing resins for industrial, dental, medical, and other applications.
The Perfactory Vida cDLM with EnvisionTEC's patented Continuous Digital Light Manufacturing technology and offers high resolution combined with blazing speeds reduces the need for support structures during 3D builds, meaning less finishing is necessary.
The 3-Dent was designed specifically for the production of high-quality crown and bridge models with removable dies. Up to 9 full arches or 34 quads can be produced in each build.
One of EnvisionTEC's best-selling 3D-printers for the dental industry, the Vida is extremely versatile. Perfect for small dental labs or practices, the Vida is capable of printing dental or orthodontic models, surgical guides, partial frameworks, and bite guards.
The Vida Hi-Res is the perfect choice for small dental labs and practices who need a higher resolution 3D printing option. Crown and bridge models with removable dies, partial frameworks, and drill guides will all be produced with exceptional fit and surface finish.
Boasting the highest resolution available in the Vida Series, the C&B model is ideal for the production of extremely precise dental crowns, bridges, and copings in both a castable and pressable material or in an FDA-approved material for long-term temporaries.
For those in need of a large build area and a higher resolution of 50 µm (0.002 in.), the Xtreme 3SP Hi-Res is the ideal solution. From prototypes to production parts, the Xtreme 3SP Hi-Res provides excellent surface finish and detail.
This professional-grade desktop 3D printer family uses advanced DLP technology backed by more than a decade of development and exclusive patent-protected processes that make these printers truly superior.
The P3 DDP is an economical choice for small dental laboratories and can produce up to 70 copings and crowns in under three hours.
An excellent dental laboratory staple, the P4 DDP can print up to 95 copings and crowns in less than two hours. It is also capable of printing long-term temporaries, partials, and full arch or quad models.
The P4 DDP XL offers the largest build area in the P4 DDP series. Large laboratories will appreciate the flexibility to produce surgical drill guides, dental and orthodontic models, partial frameworks and night guards all on the same versatile machine.
With a medium-sized build envelope among the P4 DDP series, the P4 DDP M adds to the production capacity of dental applications for laboratories. The P4 DDP M is able to print up to 2876 cubic cm (175.5 cubic in.) in a single build.
The EnvisionTEC line of Perfactory 3D printing materials are formulated for use with printers that use the Perfactory DLP® technology to grow exceptionally accurate and functional parts, without sacrificing speed of build time. We offer a wide range of materials with different qualities for our 3D printers, including castable resins that contain some wax for easy burn-out in investment castings. We also offer materials that are flexible, transparent and functional for a variety of uses.
EnvisionTEC's E-Denture material is an FDA-approved, biocompatible Class IIa material suitable for 3D-printing all types of denture bases.
E-IDB is a 3D printing material allowing for the production of indirect bonding trays for the precise placement and release of orthodontic brackets.
E-Model 3SP is a tough material, suitable for high quality prototypes of items in categories such as automotive and consumer goods as well as stable enough for production-quality end use parts. It is also ideal for dental model applications.
EnvisionTEC’s E-Dent 100 is a light-cured micro-hybrid filled dental crown and bridge dental material for long term temporaries built on the Perfactory High Productivity DDP machine. Provisionals are photo polymerized on a voxel-by-voxel basis (volumetric pixel) of the liquid resin.
E-Guard is a biocompatible transparent material. for the production of accurate bite splints and night guards on the Perfactory® line of 3D Printers. The results produced by combining E-Guard with EnvisionTEC technology are superior to traditional methods of manufacturing.
E-Gum is used to create flexible gingival masks for use in combination with 3D printed dental models, simulating the flexibility of the patient's gum in order to adjust dental prostheses properly
EnvisionTEC's E-Dent 400 printing material is an FDA-approved solution for the accurate 3D printing of crowns and bridges for long-term temporary use.
Specially designed nano-filled 3D printing material that works reliably with both polyvinyl alcohol based separators and tin foil substitute for a “salt and pepper” technique of producing an orthodontic appliance.
Clear Guide is a crystal clear 3D printer material for the production of accurate drill guides. The results produced by combining Clear Guide with EnvisionTEC technology are superior to traditional methods of manufacturing implant placement guides. The clearest 3D printer material available on the market today allows for maximum visibility.
A 3D printing photopolymer designed for producing wax copings, crowns and bridges up to 16 units. The material has a very low thermal expansion, which eliminates cracking of investment and produces a porous free material with a perfect margin fit. It can also be used for press on ceramic.
The peach color E-Denstone creates highly accurate models with removable dies similar to the standard gypsum color. The matte finish allows models to be scanned accurately for verification purposes and the high viscosity of the formula produces superior details and surface finish.
E-Partial material was developed for creating wax-like partial dentures for direct investment casting in semi precious metals. E-Partial material maintains flexural strength to ensure clasp flex without breakage. The stiffness of E-Partial allows for production of a very hard retention grid and super tight thin clasps to deliver a metal partial with the perfect fit every time.
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