Bego Varseo S printer

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Good day everyone,
Please share your true experience with us regarding Bego Varseo S 3D printer.
We have Formlabs 2 in the lab. When we bought it supplier assured us that this printer is good enough for dental. We are not satisfied with it at all.
Now we are checking about Bego printer. Why is it better then Formlabs and what is the difference?
Appreciate your feedback.
 
CoolHandLuke

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it is not better. if anything its worse.

why aren't you satisfied with the Formlabs?
 
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it is not better. if anything its worse.

why aren't you satisfied with the Formlabs?
We sent same files to Bego printer as we printed on Formlabs. Bego result of fit is better. Formlabs doesn’t fit at all.
Can you please explain why it is worse?
 
CoolHandLuke

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Bego printer is based on old Envisiontec printer technology, anything printed near the wall will have the potential to be more innacurate than near the center.

neither system is turn-key. if you sent it to someone for printing, you can bet they have "made" it work by modifying their workflow and settings to accomodate what they wanted to see for fit.

i suggest you to examine your formlabs print, by scanning your print and comparing with the design file using such software as Meshlab, or GOM inspection. with this comparison you should notice the discrepancies and how they might have occurred and will be able to solve your Formlabs issue.

Bego is 5x the investment of Formlabs, so if you fix the formlabs you could buy 4 more and produce 5x as much volume per dollar investment. doesnt make sense to push aside a perfectly good printer for simple misunderstanding of sizing ratios.
 
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Bego printer is based on old Envisiontec printer technology, anything printed near the wall will have the potential to be more innacurate than near the center.

neither system is turn-key. if you sent it to someone for printing, you can bet they have "made" it work by modifying their workflow and settings to accomodate what they wanted to see for fit.

i suggest you to examine your formlabs print, by scanning your print and comparing with the design file using such software as Meshlab, or GOM inspection. with this comparison you should notice the discrepancies and how they might have occurred and will be able to solve your Formlabs issue.

Bego is 5x the investment of Formlabs, so if you fix the formlabs you could buy 4 more and produce 5x as much volume per dollar investment. doesnt make sense to push aside a perfectly good printer for simple misunderstanding of sizing ratios.
Thank you for the information.
 
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I have a Sprint Ray printer.
It's been pretty good once I went through quite a few misprints.

The support had been good through Sprint Ray itself. They are always adding new materials to print with.

I'm only printing models and not many of them. It's definitely not a production printer. The baseplate is really small. Not as small as some of Asiga.

I still think it was an ok purchase. At least I'm able to print in house and have learned a few things.

Feel free to PM me if you have any questions.
 
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