Form 2 for dentistry

Does anyone use form 2 for printing crowns and bridges?
Is form 2 good enough considering low xy resolution compared to some DLP printers? Does it work well with 3rd party resins?
I love the printer but hesitant to buy just for low xy resolution and speed compared to DLP printers.

The Form 2 works spectacularly for surgical guides. Also, we are using the white resin “off label” to print evaluative temporaries for aesthetic design of maxillary anterior reconstructions. DLP printers are, indeed, faster. But beam systems like the Form 2 give you much greater build volume and much lower cost. When you are saying “printing crowns and bridges” are you referring to wax-ups for future pressing or casting?