High Precision 3D Printing for Your Dental Lab or Practice
The Form 2 makes high precision 3D printing affordable for dental businesses of all sizes. An incredibly low footprint and cost-effective dental materials means fast return on investment and the freedom to scale production as your business grows.
Form 2 for Digital Dentistry
High precision 3D printing, intuitive software, and a growing library of specialized materials enable a wide range of dental applications, all in one package.
Designed for printing crown and bridge models with removable dies, Dental Model Resin is a high-precision, high-accuracy resin. Print crisp margins and contacts within ± 35 microns, and removable dies with consistently tight fit. A smooth, matte surface finish and color similar to gypsum make it easy to switch from analog to digital model production.
An autoclavable, Class 1 biocompatible resin, Dental SG is designed for printing precise surgical guides and similar devices. Read our white paper to learn how we verified the performance of Dental SG, now trusted by clinicians for thousands of implant surgeries.
A Class IIa biocompatible resin, the high fracture and wear resistance of Dental LT Clear make it ideal for splints, retainers, and other direct-printed orthodontic devices. With a clear color, it polishes to high optical transparency for beautiful final products.
The smooth matte finish of standard Grey Resin shows details exceptionally well. It is ideal for a variety of dental applications, including orthodontic, diagnostic, and educational models, as well as for vacuum-forming aligners or other appliances. When used with a clear separator, Grey Resin can also be used to make retainers.
Affordable materials and accessible machine pricing make the Form 2 a cost-effective and scalable dental 3D printer for dental labs or practices of any size. Get a return on investment within months rather than years.
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Digital Dental Model Production with High Accuracy 3D Printing
Digital methods of fabricating dental models, such as 3D printing, have become prevalent as a solution to many of the problems associated with traditional production methods–but only if clinicians can trust that the models are sufficiently accurate.
“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