The Asiga MAX™ is the world’s most advanced lab 3D printer offering exceptional productivity in a small footprint. With 62μm HD print precision, the Asiga MAX™ is optimized for dental and audiology lab production.
The PICO2™ is ideal for direct manufacturing applications where precision, speed and reliability are essential. The open material system allows unrestricted choice in advanced m,aterials from Asiga and thir-party suppliers making it the ideal choice for professional applications including jewellery manufacturing, dental prosthetics and hearing-aid...
The PICO2 HD™ is an ultra high accuracy DLP 3D printer with 27 micron pixel size. It offers unrivaled definition in printed parts with very small details made possible, perfect for jewellery production.
The Freeform PRO2™ is a professional 3D printer for direct manufacturing applications offering high-resolution, speed and reliability in a desktop format.
New from B9Creations, the Core Series combines high resolution, ease of use and affordability to create the ultimate 3D printing solution. The Core 530 is the high resolution model of the range, with a 30 micron XY resolution and bed size of 57.6 x 32.4 mm. Ideal for jewellery making and high precision models.
New from B9Creations, the Core Series combines high resolution, ease of use and speed to create the ultimate 3D printing solution. The Core 550 offers the larger build voume in the range, with a 50 micron XY resolution and bed size of 96 x 54 mm. Ideal for multi-part manufacturing.
The MiiCraft Y series offers high precision prints that can do the job of industrial equivalents three times the price. The printer's 385nm wavelength projector is well most appropriate for dental applications and functions with most available dental resins. Choose the build volume that best suits your particular printing requirement.
The MiiCraft 125 series offer high precision prints at a price more than 3x cheaper than their industrial equivalents. The printer is available with a range of build volumes and projector wavelengths. The 365/385nm wavelength is best suited to Dental/Medical applications where clear prints are required. The 405nm wavelength is best suited to printing...