NextDent 5100

Revolutionary high-speed Figure 4™ 3D printing technology combined with the industry’s broadest portfolio of dental materials addressing multiple applications, resulting in unparalleled accuracy, repeatability, productivity, and total cost of operation.


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NextDent 5100 - Trusted Dental Workflow

  • Powered by 3D Systems Figure 4 Technology
  • High-speed 3D printing of dental devices and fixtures
  • Compatible with industry leading Intra-oral scanning & dental software solutions
  • End-to-end digital workflow provides predictability and reduced risk for operator
  • Printer > Resin > Cleaning > Light Curing

Dental Materials/Resin

  • 30 unique resins, 12 indications, FDA & HC approved biocompatible NextDent materials.
  • Castable and pressable wax-up materials.
  • Produce crowns, bridges, veneers, partials and frames.
  • Manufacture precise working models in stone-like materials.
  • Orthodontic thermoforming models.
  • Precision surgical guides with bio-compatible, transparent materials.

3D Sprint Software

  • Use a single software application from CAD to print.
  • Increase efficiency with optimized data management.
  • Streamline time to print and finished parts with a single, easy-to-use interface.
  • Improve productivity and reduce printer downtime with management and monitoring tools.
  • Print better dental parts!

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How to Use 3D Printing for Dental Casting?

Dental labs and orthodontists are able to use 3D printing to improve the lost-wax technique: molds are built around a 3D printed version of the desired object (a dental crown for example) using a special casting resin or wax. The mold is then heated in order to melt the wax object (”lost wax”) and obtain an impression of the exact shape of the desired dental appliance. The final product is then made by casting a liquid material in the mold.

Essentially, this amazing machine can create a 3D printed version in casting resin of the desired dental appliance. This produces a custom mold which then can be used to cast the final product.

Limitless Possibilities with NextDent

The NextDent 5100 is the most advanced 3D printer available for orthodontic clinics and dental labs. With the largest range of 3D printer materials for dental medical devices, NextDent resins are biocompatible as well as FDA and HC approved. With this machine, the possibilities are indeed limitless.

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