New Standard in Stone Model Resolution and Appearance, with VeroDentPlus 3D Printing Material

verodentplus, 3d printing dental materialStratasys announced today the immediate availability of its latest material for 3D printing of dental and orthodontics models. The new material, VeroDentPlus MED690, expands Stratasys’ growing family of dental materials, offering high accuracy, dimensional stability and high resolution.

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“The dental market requires the highest standard in precision and appearance of 3D printed stone models,” said Avi Cohen, director of global dental at Stratasys. “The introduction of VeroDentPlus MED690 is part of our continuing commitment to setting that standard.”

The VeroDentPlus MED690 is optimized for printing models for crowns, bridges, implants, and orthodontic appliances. The modeling data can be obtained from any intra-oral, impression, or plaster scanner and then 3D printed with fine 16-micron layers on the Stratasys Objet EdenV line of 3D Printers.

As you can see in the images below, by providing high accuracy and precision together with a high-opacity and dental stone appearance, VeroDentPlus MED690 enables outstanding visualization of details in the 3D printed dental models.

Stratasys VeroDentPlus MED690 dental material provides the winning combination of accuracy, precision, durability, and economic production!

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Comments

  1. i am a retired surface chemist. i was wondering if you consider the high pressure aspect of denture. all materials exhibit different properties under high pressure.
    as you can see from my website, i am still active as a writer and consultant.
    one can study surfaces of material under high pressure in greater detail.
    if you consider it of interest, i will be willing to collaborate at some level.
    my primary interest is also personal, as i have had some denture problems etc.
    one important aspect i must stress: all components used must be 100% quality controlled, such that your product is 100% the same.
    best wishes and i enjoyed your video.
    kulbir birdi
    denmark

  2. The possibilities truly are limitless when 3d printing will mature, I’m writing a blog about it that you might want to follow. See website ^^

    Cheers,

    Ramon @ ABSPlastic.eu

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