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3D Printing for Digital Dentistry

3D Printing for Digital Dentistry

Industrial Production On Your Desktop

The Form 2 makes high precision 3D printing affordable for dental businesses of all sizes. An incredibly low footprint and cost-effective materials means fast return on investment and the freedom to scale production as your business grows.

Professional Precision

A finely-calibrated optical system ensures precise prints straight out of the box, using resins tuned for the specific accuracy needs of a range of dental applications. With accuracy tolerances for margin lines and die surfaces as tight as ± 35 microns on Dental Model Resin, the Form 2 delivers the same precision as large-format dental 3D printers that cost $75,000 or more.

Read our study of accuracy in dental 3D printing

Industrial Reliability

The Form 2 is designed and rigorously tested for 24/7 production, with thousands of businesses already relying on the printer for their digital manufacturing needs. Almost a million prints have been made on the Form 2, with 25,000 more being made each week.

Scalable Production

Pay for exactly as much capacity as your business needs. Scale production by adding printers as you need them, without making a big investment in a large-format machine. Wireless connectivity, a small desktop footprint, and cloud-based printer management through Dashboard make it easy to manage print cells of several Form 2s.

Integrated Workflows

Seamless integrations with 3Shape and other dental software make 3D printed digital workflows as easy as clicking “Next”. Upcoming integrations with 3Shape and others allow dental professionals to frictionlessly go from scan to design to print.

One Printer, Many Applications

A growing library of dental materials means one printer can be used for a wide range of applications. An automated resin system enables switching between applications in under a minute, with no mess or waste. With new applications constantly under development, the printer you buy today will be even better tomorrow.

“After 8 years of 3D printing, using several different printers, I find the Form 2 3D printer to be the perfect choice for precision 3D printing, for models, surgical guides and ortho applications. The combination of precision, cartridge resin for quick change of printing resins, and low cost, make the Form 2 the perfect choice for any size dental laboratory.” – Lee Culp, CDT, Sculpture Studios

Crown & Bridge Models
High accuracy removable die models with crisp margins, precise contacts, and consistent occlusion, that look and feel like gypsum.

Surgical Guides
Quick, high-precision implant placement for just $2-5 per guide. Use with standard autoclaves and drill sleeves to fit seamlessly into your normal workflow.

Splints & Retainers
3D print beautiful, optically transparent orthodontic appliances with ISO 20795 compliant mechanical properties for just a few dollars per part.

Orthodontic & Diagnostic Models
Produce dental appliances by using 3D printed models for vacuum forming aligners, diagnostic wax-up trays, indirect bonding trays, or retainers.

Fast Return on Investment

Affordable materials and accessible machine pricing make the Form 2 a cost-effective and scalable digital manufacturing solution for dental businesses of any size. Get a return on investment within months rather than years.

“The Form 2 has enabled our restorative practice to use precision surgical guides at a fraction of the cost previously attainable. We now utilize three Form 2 printers for surgical guide and medical model production. The return on investment has been a ridiculously short two months for the first two printers and just three weeks for third printing models. Our Form 2s have given us the ability to satisfy our core principles of quality care and CBCT justification in a truly cost effective manner for all of our patients.” – Dr. Timothy Hart, DDS, MS, Prosthodontist

Quad Model with Dies

Full Arch Model with Dies

Quarter Arch Surgical Guide

Splint / Retainer

Full Arch Orthodontic Model

Parts per Build 16 quadrants and dies 4 arches and dies 18 guides 12 splints 9 arches
Time when printing 50 micron layers 2 quadrants / 3 hours
16 quadrants / 8.5 hours
2 arches / 5.5 hours
4 arches / 8 hours
1 guide / 2.5 hours
18 guides / 6 hours
1 splint / 2.5 hours
12 splints / 8 hours
1 arch / 1.3 hours
9 arches / 4.8 hours
(100 micron layers)
Cost per Part $1.5 / quadrant $3-5 / arch $2-3 / guide $4-6 / splint $1.5-3.5 / arch

Resources for Dental Users

Learn how to integrate 3D printing into your workflow. Download free white papers, watch webinars, and learn about accuracy in dental 3D printing.

Take Dentistry Digital with the Form 2

The Form 2 complete package comes with everything you need to bring high precision 3D printing into your dental lab or dental office.
Order the Form 2 Now

Take Dentistry Digital with the Form 2

The Form 2 complete package comes with everything you need to bring high precision 3D printing into your dental lab or dental office.
Order the Form 2 Now

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