3D Printing in the Dental Lab: base parts for orthodontic apparatuses with Freeprint® ortho

Posted By on March 20, 2017

3D Printing in the Dental Lab: base parts for orthodontic apparatuses with Freeprint® ortho

Light-curing, biocompatible 3D resin for the generative fabrication of base parts for orthodontic apparatuses, drilling and X-ray templates, occlusal and fixation splints. For all LED/UV printers with a light spectrum of 378-388 nm. Benefits: maximum reliability of construction process, mechanical strength, easy to polish. Breaking strength, elasticity and influence of moisture following the orthodontic standard. Validated processes for sterilization in autoclaves and wet disinfection. Adaptation of the occlusion
field, easy fixation of orthodontic wire elements and auxiliary components with Freeform® fixgel. Resistant to oral conditions, neutral odour and taste. Medical device Class IIa, colour: clear transparent
3D Printing in the Dental Lab: base parts for orthodontic apparatuses with Freeprint® ortho

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