3D Printing Dental Crown & Bridge Models
The Digital Model Department, Powered by Formlabs
The Digital Model Workflow
Collect patient anatomy digitally using an intraoral scanner, or scan a physical model or impression using a desktop scanner.
The scan data is imported into a CAD software where the model is designed and built, and, if needed, a restoration is created.
3. 3D Print
Import the built model files into PreForm print preparation software for print setup and send them easily to a Formlabs printer.
Wash, dry, and post-cure printed parts using Form Wash and Form Cure.
3D Printing Dental Models with the Form 2
Using Dental Model Resin, the Form 2 produces high accuracy removable die models with crisp margins, precise contacts, and consistent occlusion that look and feel like gypsum.
See and feel Formlabs quality firsthand: receive a free quarter arch model printed on the Form 2 and shipped directly to your office.Request a Sample 3D Print Download the Accuracy Study
Low Cost, Fast Return on Investment
With a per-model production cost competitive with stone models, the switch to digital now makes sense for your business and the return on investment vs outsourcing is incredibly attractive even for a few digital models a day.
|Print Cost||Form 2|
|Quad Model Kits: Upper, Lower, and Die||$2—$3|
|Full Model Kits: Upper, Lower, and Die||$3—$5|
Fast and Efficient Production
The Form 2, powered by stereolithography (SLA), has a large build plate allowing users to do small quick batches or full build plates for unattended production. As production needs evolve, scale up without spending tens of thousands of dollars for each additional unit.
|Print Capacity||Form 2|
|Quad Model Kits: Upper, Lower, and Die||8 to 10|
|Full Model Kits: Upper, Lower, and Die||4 to 6|
|Quad Kits Printed in an 8-Hour Working Day and Overnight Build||14 to 18|
|Full Kits Printed in an 8-Hour Working Day and Overnight Build||8 to 12|
What Our Customers Say About Dental Models on the Form 2
“The models coming out of the Form 2 are really great. We’ve had really great response from our clients, everybody is excited about it”
– Matt Roberts, CDT, CMR Dental Lab
White Paper: Digital Dental Model Production with High Accuracy 3D Printing
Read Dr. Michael Scherer’s white paper to learn more about:
- How clinical benchmarks translate to - specifications for 3D printers and 3D printed models
- Results from a clinical case study using the Form 2
- How to transform your dental workflow with digital production of dental models
One Printer, Many Dental Indications
The Form 2 enables cost-effective, mass-customized digital production of a wide range of dental products.