Come on! More 5100 talk please!
Yeah that's weird, especially since there is no peel associated with this printer's operation - the physical part is never in contact with the membrane.Printing denture base, film is not supported in center. Large cross sections cause stress in center, result in tearing of film.
Hi Kostisg, I am interested in the Flashforge Hunter 3D printer. You're the only one who's mentioned this printer on here so far. Can I trouble you for more information about it? Like what kind of prints do you do? Have you had any problems with it? Which resins do you use. Plus any other opinions you may want to share about it would be great. You can also PM me if you prefer. Thank you.Flashforge Hunter from me.... a very very good copy of asiga max... at reasonable price
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Of course that's why we print models.. I'm not saying it's not valuable. For small labs who don't have a large volume of models to push through the printer, is it worth thousands of dollars to purchase a cool piece of equipment just to have it (especially if your docs aren't investing in an IO scanner)? Not to mention those who look around and could use that money to replace any given thing in their lab. The question asked was whether it saves time and is more efficient to scan impressions, not receiving digital scans.. As for cost per model, with die stone you're looking at roughly 30 cents per model (at 100g of stone per model),about 20 cents per stone articulation, and 10 minutes of actual work involved pouring and articulating at $20/hr you're looking a total of about $4 total cost... and the only exaggeration I made was average model techs making $20/hr. Printing hollow models with a cheaper resin will cost that much per arch, before adding in (an exaggerated) $20/hr pay for a scan tech. If you're outsourcing for printed models then I certainly see how that cost can motivate one to invest in a printer. I can't even address the quality of impressions because that will vary by doc, but stone models can be beautiful too I'm just presenting another perspective and hopefully anyone making this kind of purchase would consider every aspect.brandon patrick you print models because how else are you going to get something to work on when you get a digital scan from the dentist which is happening more and more every day.this is fine with me the digital scans are better 95% of the time than i would get from rubber impressions from my dentists its advisable to get a printer that is truely sorted so you can start printing great models straight away when this happens you you shake your head and just wish that you had this tech years ago ,life is much simpler when you use these beautiful models.
no rewiews no real dent application crap constructed vat ignorant and partially resistant to advice . A beamer makes no dent application they start now changing their software but thats only one point of a long list . If you want to print only one application maybe !!!I see a Hunter by Flashforge next to it. Can anybody comment on that one? It's hard to find reviews on it for dental applications. Thanks.