Best printer for dentistry?


#1

I am looking to buy a 3d printer for dentistry. I am confused between form 2, asiga, ember, titan 2.
Can anyone please help me?


#2

General consensus is that in the desktop resin market, form2 is top dog.


#3

You’ll probably get biased opinions in Formlabs forums. Your best bet is to read from different external resources and see their feedback about this.


#4

One of my friend has used form 2 and he said that it is awesome.


#5

Ive heard only bad things about asiga, owning a Form2 and being satisfied.


#6

When you say dentistry, exactly what are looking to do. Maybe I can help you decide if you are more specific.


#7

We use the form2 for dentistry and we are really happy and satisfied with it! This is probably the best choice!


#9

form 2 is awesome.


#10

Good to know that 9 Months later it is still awesome!


#11

You are right brother.


#13

Interesting link - but is FDM really suited to dentistry applications? Does not seem to be many using FDM for dentistry…

In our experience SLA (like Form 2 or 3) is MUCH slower when used in dental applications than a DLP printer. when printing multiple parts on one build tray.