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Technological growth in 3D printing has ushered in a new era. Digital dentistry now goes beyond simply sending patient scans out for fabrication at a lab, and the ease-of-use offered by 3D printers has made CNC milling machines a messy relic of the past.

Doctors are now able to print many oral applications in-office during working hours, giving them the freedom to iterate and offer better treatment while drastically reducing cost.

With 3D printing, dentists can manufacture custom dental parts with speed and precision to meet the growing demands of patients. Print denture bases in the morning, surgical guides in the afternoon, and night guards in the evening. The flexibility and customization that this offers clinicians is unparalleled, and can invigorate any dental practice.

Revolutionize Your Workflow

Produce in-house dental appliances quickly and reliably

Surgical Guides
Offer guided surgery to patients at a fraction of the time and cost. With SprintRay 3D printers, surgical guides can be printed in under an hour using our biocompatible surgical guide resin.

Dental Models
Print accurate dental models for vacuum forming and wax ups. In-office printing of precise models with removable dies makes it simple to test the fit of dental appliances.

Clear Aligners
Offering clear aligners in-office allows you to give patients the treatment they want at a price they can afford. This application also allows you to maintain your margins without compromising in quality.

Digital Dentures
Digital dentistry has come to dentures. Our printers can fabricate all types of dentures including try-ins, fixed, and removable, with biocompatible denture base resin.

Indirect Bonding Trays
Easily print indirect bonding trays with SprintRay 3D printers to place all brackets at once, saving chair time and vastly improving patient experience.

Night Guards
Creating custom night guards with our biocompatible resin is fast and easy. SprintRay's high-resolution 3D printers allows you to get a precise fit every time.

Crowns and Bridges
Offer patients high-strength 3D printed provisional crowns and bridges that blend seamlessly with existing teeth. Easily finish, stain, and polish.

Technical Specs

Name Property
Printing Technology Mask Image Projection
Stereolithography (SLA)
Digital Light Processing (DLP)
Hinged Peel Mechanism
Manual Resin Filling
Easily Removable Supports
Print Volume 3.7 x 2.3 x 8 in
9.6 x 6 x 20 cm
Layer Thickness Options 20 Microns, 50 Microns, 100 Microns
Minimum Feature Size 75 Microns
Print Speed 1 in/hour @ 100 Microns
0.5 in/hour @ 50 Microns
0.15 in/hour @ 20 Microns
Resin Curing Unit SprintRay Custom-Built HD Projector
Million Pixels Density
Glass + Polycarbonate Lens Construction
Texas Instruments DLP Chip
405nm Blue-Violet Light
LED-based Light Source
50,000 Hours Expected Lifetime
Resin Tank Machined Aluminum Base Plate
Built-in Drain
Vacuum Formed Cover
Up to 50 Liters Extended Lifetime
One Spare Drum Included
Connectivity Direct Ad-Hoc Mode via Wi-Fi b/g/n
Local Network via Wi-Fi b/g/n
Local Network via Ethernet Cable
Printer control Multi-functional Push Button with LED Status Indicator.
Unit Dimensions 15 x 15 x 20 in
38 x 38 x 50 cm
Shipping Size & Weight 22 x 22 x 34 in - 50 lb
56 x 56 x 86 cm - 23 kg