Do you predominantly process crowns and bridges? Depending on the part throughput, you can choose between build plate sizes with diameters of 100 mm (TruPrint 1000) or 200 mm (TruPrint 2000).
Step it up a notch: with the TruPrint systems and the Multilaser option
TruPrint 1000 and TruPrint 2000 with the Multilaser function are the most productive 3D printers for metal dental components to date. With this function, the 3D printers from TRUMPF produce much more efficiently than with conventional methods such as milling machines. There's even more: the possibility of linking both machines to milling stations is another highlight. This increases the range of applications for dental 3D printers.
The advantages of TRUMPF's metal 3D printers
Dental application examples
The dental industry also benefits from the many advantages of additive manufacturing. Any desired complex indications can be constructed highly precisely and in record time layer-by-layer with bio-compatible material. The units on the substrate plate shown were manufactured in approximately three hours with around 1,200 layers.
Removable partial dentures (RPDs)
The mere 55-µm beam diameter of the TruPrint 2000 laser allows you to achieve a very high surface quality and level of detail which is a huge advantage for dental technology. The low degree of surface roughness also saves times during manual post-processing.
Removable partial denture
Using additive manufacturing, you have complete freedom to design and manufacture the intricate structures of removable partial dentures on the TruPrint 1000.
Individual single abutments on preforms
Up to 64 individual single abutments can be printed on one preform. It is easy to remove them from the plate. Only the patient-specific portion is printed.