ProJet 3510 DPPro
3D Systems is set to debut its revolutionary all-in-one medical 3D printer, the ProJet 3510 DPPro, at LMT LAB DAY Chicago 2015.
In response to the phenomenal growth in both the medical and dental sectors of the 3D printing industry, the ProJet 3510 DPPro gives medical and dental labs the power to print precision dental wax-ups, durable implant drill guides, thermo-formable orthodontic patterns and crown and bridge moulds interchangeably, at up to twice the throughput of today’s printers.
The ProJet 3510 DPPro’s is the latest in 3D Systems’ line of MultiJet machines and features game-changing speed, throughput and versatility to enable dental and medical labs to print precision personalised medical tools and devices in a matter of hours.
Buddy Byrum, Vice President, Product Management, 3D Systems explained: “Our primary purpose is to democratise access to more affordable and powerful tools for the benefit of our customers. With its high resolution, high capacity and expanded material compatibility, the DPPro can support the widest range of medical applications, at a very low cost of ownership.”
Engineered specifically for demanding dental and medical lab environments, the multipurpose ProJet 3510 DPPro 3D printer provides round-the-clock printing capabilities and features a large build volume, allowing lab managers to rethink maximum throughput and tighten production schedules.
The machine is capable of printing in a variety of specifically engineered materials to create highly accurate wax-ups for crowns, bridges, partial denture frameworks and working models in USP Class VI-capable VisiJet Stoneplast. The ProJet DPPro also produces superior, customised implant drill guides in a durable biocompatible plastic material.
The machine will be unveiled on 27th February for LMT LAB DAY 2015 at the Hyatt Regency Chicago. 3DS plans to highlight its vast range of medical and dental solutions, including its Virtual Surgical Planning solution, 3D printed metal hybrid implant bars, partial frameworks, coping and bridges for dental procedures and ProJet 1200 micro-SLA desktop 3D printer.