3D Systems offers two ways to create copings, crowns and bridges - via direct metal production or using a lost wax casting process.
With the ProJet® DP 3-D Production System, a scanner is used to scan your plaster model, and software is then used to model the wax-up. The ProJet DP makes the wax-ups, and these can be directly used to cast the alloy using a lost wax casting process. Popular production components include copings, bridges and full anatomy pressables.
With our Sinterstation® Pro DM125 SLM System, a scanner is also used but instead of building wax-ups, you are building directly in metal, using titanium and cobalt chrome.
Benefits include reduction, simplification, or even elimination of many of the traditional supply chain steps, resulting in immediate economical benefits.
ProJet™ DP 3500 Professional 3D Printer
- Accurately consistently and economically manufacture precision dental wax-ups that are castable and pressable
- Simple to operate in-lab printer
- Compatible with most known 3D scanners in the industry
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Sinterstation® Pro DM125 SLM System
- Directly manufacture fully dense, end-use metal parts
- Excellent surface finish, feature detail and tight tolerances
- Directly build in titanium, cobalt chrome
The following solution providers use ProJet DP Production System for Copings, Crowns and Bridges and can provide you with service. Please contact them to hear more about their solutions. Any open standard solution can also operate with the ProJet DP Production System.