ProX 100 Dental
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Produce metal dental prostheses faster than ever
The ProX® DMP 100 Dental System enables Direct Metal Impression (DMP) to be used to produce high-quality metal prostheses. Dental laboratories can eliminate several steps and significantly reduce the unit cost for partial dentures, while maintaining or even improving quality. With a 100 x 100 x 100 x 100 mm (3.94 x 3.94 x 3.94 x 3.94 x 3.94 x 3.94 x 3.94 inches) printing platform, nickel-free dental CoCr materials, manual material loading and an optional external recycling station, the ProX DMP 100 Dental System is the perfect starting point for dental laboratories.
Optimum surface finish with fewer substrates
With a surface finish quality of up to 5 Ra μm (200 Ra micropulgadas), less post-processing is required and sharper angular radii are achieved. Thanks to 3D Systems’ patented layered compaction technology, the ProX DMP 100 Dental Printer prints up to 20° without media. All protruding surfaces benefit from superior surface quality compared to competing machines. Fewer substrates and better surface quality reduce post-processing and the use of laboratory materials, saving time and money.
Exceptional precision for a perfect fit
Typical accuracy is +/- 50 μm (+/- 0.002 in.), allowing a perfect fit for each patient. Playability between pieces is approximately 20 μm (0.0008 in.).
Very dense and detailed parts with very thin walls
Using 3D Systems’ patented layer compaction technology, the ProX DMP 100 Dental printer produces full-density bridges, crowns and partial plates, eliminating the porosity inherent in casting processes. This technology also allows the use of smaller particles, which help generate as much detail and wall thickness as possible on the market.
Dental software to simplify your lab workflow
To simplify your workflow, the ProX DMP 100 Dental Printer includes a high-performance software solution to manage the production of fixed and removable prostheses. This simple and intuitive interface will quickly guide you from importing dental files to creating production files.