2CREATE – Metal 3D Printer for dental applications and prototypes is an accessible way to rapid manufacturing metal parts and prototypes with complex geometries from a variety of alloys.
Together with our 2Build software, 2oneLab offers a complete digital dental solution.
Change your metal powder within 20 minutes.
Ready to start printing titanium & other alloys.
Ready to print in below 5 minutes (from 21% oxygen to below 1%)
250W cw Fiber Laser
Precision Optics with
High-quality Dental Indications
Metal 3D printing is quickly becoming a preferred choice for fabrication within the dental industry today. It offers a multitude of potential applications that are sure to be explored further in the coming years as new technologies become available and more widespread within this field.
Furthermore, there are numerous other advantages that come along with utilizing metal 3D printing technology in the dental field. For example, because it is faster and more efficient than traditional fabrication methods, it can enable labs to reduce their production costs while still providing high-quality products.
Metal 3D printing is pioneering the dental industry due to its many benefits and applications. Metal 3D printing offers improved accuracy, speed, cost savings and shorter lead times compared to traditional metal fabrication methods, which provides dental labs with a more efficient and cost-effective way to produce dental prosthetics.
Metal 3D printing is particularly beneficial for creating removable partial dentures (RPDs), partial denture frameworks, metal dental bridges, metal tooth bridges and metal PFM crowns.
Metal 3D printers enable dental laboratories to produce complex parts in much less time than traditional fabrication methods. The accuracy of metal 3D printers also allows for superior precision in the fit of the denture or bridge to the patient’s mouth. This can result in better comfort and aesthetics for patients with removable partial dentures, as well as increased structural strength for permanent restorations.
The use of metal 3D printing in the dental industry also has implications for the quality of care given to patients. By using digital models and computer-aided design (CAD) software that are integrated with metal 3D printers, dentists can now create more precise designs that are tailored to each individual patient’s needs. This ensures a higher level of accuracy in fabricating complex parts such as bridges or RPDs that fit precisely into a patient’s mouth.
Additionally, because metal 3D printed anatomical models provide an exact replica of a patient’s teeth and jawbone structure before making any alterations or corrections on them, it helps surgeons prepare better for implants or other surgical procedures by providing them with detailed information about their patient’s anatomy beforehand.
In conclusion, due its numerous advantages over traditional manufacturing processes such as improved accuracy, speed and cost savings; as well as its ability to provide superior quality prosthetics tailored specifically for an individual patient’s needs;
Leveraging cutting-edge technology, it delivers superior quality parts at an affordable cost – making complex designs accessible for professionals of all levels!
Whether you need to make dental implants, industrial parts or just for the flexibility of research and development, the 2CREATE can handle the job in a cost-effective, efficient, and high-quality way.
With an open concept design, this metal 3D printer is compatible with powders from other manufacturers giving you the freedom to make a wide variety of parts without having to spend extra money.
2CREATE Metal 3D Printer is significantly faster than its competing products, which is what makes it so attractive to its users. Its print files are in a transparent Gcode format, making printing 3D simple and straightforward. The coater rotates in only one direction, keeping dead wasted time to a minimum.
While rotating, the coater picks up new powder while the laser process is still active, this is another way the metal 3D printer saves its users time and money. Once the process is completed, the build platform can immediately be coated with new powder so users can begin their next task.
Parameter Development Feature
The 2Build CAM Software has been designed to support the user in the development of process parameters for new powder types. The tool accomplishes this by supporting the process from start to finish, automatically generating test patterns, and defining the test parameters for the patterns.
The analysis of the results is carried out automatically based on micrographs. In the end, the software calculates the perfect parameter sets for the powder under investigation.
2BUILD Software is the newest and most innovated tool for 3D Printing data preparation, and the solution to all your 3D printing needs. The strategy editor allows you to choose the right strategy for your powder from a large library of process parameters.
2BUILD Software supports the planning of print production in the dental lab with the Production Manager Tool. In addition, we support the user in the development of new printing strategies.
We have integrated a DoE [Design of Experiments] manager in the software. The entire test planning, according to statistical methods, can be carried out with this tool. The software analyses the density distribution of micrograph images of test patterns and calculates the optimal working point.
One key advantage is the low energy consumption. Metal 3D printing uses less energy than traditional methods of manufacturing metal objects. The 2CREATE Metal 3D printer has a long life span, affordable filters and require very little maintenance.
With an open concept design, the 2Create is compatible with metal powders from a number of powder manufacturers. This flexibility, along with the machine’s increased energy efficiency, drastically reduces the user’s development costs.
Simplify the Additive Manufacturing workflow through the use of innovative software concepts.
This flexibility drastically reduces the user’s development costs.
2BUILD offers a high degree of flexibility, with parameters such as laser power or spot size being adjustable during the process.
2Build software package reduces preparation time, optimise build results and minimise post-processing.
Flexibility, along with the machine’s increased energy efficiency, drastically reduces the user’s development costs.
We see our software as an holistic solution to support the digital workflow as completely as possible.
|Build volume||Ø 100 mm x 100 mm|
|Reservoir volume||Ø 110 mm x 200 mm|
|Coater||Rotation precision coater|
|Inert gas||Nitrogen / Argon|
|Layer thickness||20 - 100 μm|
|Dimensions||720 x 860 x 1790 mm|
|Laser source / power||Yb fiberlaser / 250W|
|Lens||Precision F-Theta lens|
|Scan speed||up to 10 m/s|
|Spot size||min. 40 μm|
|Power||230V, 10A 50/60Hz, 2.3kW|
2CREATE Metal 3D printer redefines the dental industry. Designed to craft precise, intricate prototypes from various alloys in record time. This cost-effective technology offers enhanced capabilities unparalleled by anything else available on the market today.
Most significant benefits of metal 3d printing is the ability to produce parts with reduced weight, increased functionality and simplified assemblies.
Its metal 3D printing capabilities allow for complex geometries from a broad range of alloys, making it a leader in additive production solutions.
Metal 3D printers have the best chances in the orthodontic industry by providing a faster and more accurate way to create custom dental appliances.
Metal 3D Printers use state-of-the-art technology to create orthodontic applications and orthodontic models far more precise — tailored to individual patients needs!
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Dental retainers are parts that are used to maintain the alignment of teeth after orthodontic treatment. They are typically worn on a regular basis, either full-time or part-time, depending on the individual’s needs and the recommendations of their dentist or orthodontist. There are several different types of dental retainers, including:
Dental retainers are parts that are used to maintain the alignment of teeth after orthodontic treatment.
These retainers are bonded to the back of the teeth, and they cannot be removed by the patient.
These retainers are made from a clear, flexible plastic material, and they are nearly invisible when worn.
These retainers are similar to clear plastic retainers, but they are made from a thicker and more durable material.
The use of metal 3D printing technology has the potential to revolutionize the production of wire retainers, by allowing for the creation of custom-fit retainers that are tailored to the unique shape of each individual’s mouth. This can improve the comfort and effectiveness of the retainer, while also reducing production time and costs. Additionally, the use of metal materials in 3D printing can provide increased durability and strength compared to traditional wire retainers.
Overall, wire retainers are a valuable tool in maintaining the alignment of the teeth after orthodontic treatment, and the use of 3D printing technology has the potential to improve the production and performance of these devices.
2CRATE comes with our free dental 3D modeling software. Our software is designed to help you prepare parts for printing with a few clicks and access your printers from the cloud.