Precision Printing

Digital Light Printing (DLP) technology uses a projector to image each layer within a photopolymer-based dental material for easy and precise printing, with the ability to build several smaller parts on a single platform for increased productivity. 3D Sprint® software for print preparation and management provides an easy user interface, and changing materials and post-processing is easy with comprehensive solutions.

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  • NextDent Dental Materials

    3D Systems is optimizing the recently announced FabPro 1000 desktop printer for compatibility with selected NextDent materials for specific dental applications, including models (orthodontic/prosthodontic), and biocompatible materials for surgical guides and orthodontic splints.

  • Start to Finish Workflow

    The FabPro 1000 can be combined with other 3D Systems dental solution components to create a comprehensive and trusted workflow. This includes the NextDent LC-3DMixer for optimal stirring of materials, and the NextDent LC-3DPrint Box for UV post-curing.

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  • Lower Costs, Delivered

    Engineered for material efficiency and repeatability, the FabPro 1000 makes digital dentistry more accessible and affordable than ever before. And it’s simple to use—from set-up to material loading, post-processing, cleaning and maintenance—making it a perfect entry-level benchtop solution.

    “While struggling to produce well-fitting devices from other entry-level printers, the FabPro 1000 surprised me with a perfect fit from the first print. Combined with the trusted NextDent materials selection, the FabPro 1000 can accommodate any dental lab and office.”

    Stijn Hanssen, CEO, DigiFlow 3D

  • Applications:

    • Orthodontic models
    • Prosthodontic models
    • Surgical Guides
    • Orthodontic Splints
  • Features

    Digital Light Printing (DLP) technology

    Build Volume: (X x Y x Z):
    125 x 70 x 120 mm
    (4.92 x 2.76 x 4.72 in)

    Layer thickness of 50 – 100 microns (material dependent)

    Easy to use with 3D Sprint software for print preparation and management

    Changing materials and post-processing is simple with comprehensive solutions

  • Benefits:

    Part of a complete workflow with NextDent dental materials, 3D Sprint software and post-processing

    Optimized for printing surgical guides, dental models and orthodontic splits with NextDent dental materials

    Accuracy, repeatability with precise and smooth finish

    Simple to use—from set-up to material loading, post-processing, cleaning and maintenance—making it a perfect entry-level solution.