Dental 3D Printer

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Additive manufacturing or 3D printing helps to customize items for all sectors. The usage of 3D printers is rapidly growing in the medical industry to create tools, prostheses, dental implants, and the growing demand for Dental 3D Printer in Mumbai and also in other states of India.

Dental 3D printing has revolutionized the world of dentistry, as it is really helpful for dental labs and for treating certain dental issues. Thus, 3D printer for Dental Rapid Prototyping & 3D Printer for Dental Aligners is a promising tool for advanced dental treatments and education

Dental 3D Printer in Mumbai is easy to find, as Protomont Technologies is one of the well know and trusted companies in not only Mumbai, but in many states of India. 3D printer for Dental Rapid Prototyping and 3D Printer for Dental Aligners are sold on Protomont Technologies e-store with the best prices.

Dental 3D Printer & Resins We Offer For Dental Applications:

ELEGOO Neptune 3 Pro 3D Printer


  • Product model: Jupiter
  • Technology: LED Display Photocuring
  • Operation: 5.0 Inch Capacitive Screen
  • Connectivity: USB
  • Layer Thickness: 0.01-0.2mm
  • Printing Speed: 30-70mm/h
  • Z Axis Accuracy: 0.00125mm
  • XY Resolution: 0.051mm(5448 x 3064)
  • Build Volume: 277.848mm(L) x 156.06mm(W) x 300mm(H)
  • Light Source: UV Integrated Light (wavelength 405nm)
  • Power Requirements: 100-240V 50/60Hz
  • Printer Dimensions: 498mm (L) x 358mm (W) x 750mm (H)
  • Weight: 40kg
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  •  Brand: ELEGOO‎
  • Model: ‎ELEGOO Saturn 2
  • Package Dimensions: ‎62.2 x 40.8 x 39 cm
  • Item model number: ‎ELEGOO Saturn 2
  • Resolution: ‎7680 x 4320
  • Compatible Devices: ‎Personal Computer
  • Special Features: ‎3D
  • Mounting Hardware: ‎1 ELEGOO SATURN 2
  • Number Of Items: ‎1
  • Batteries Required: ‎No
  • Material: ‎Metal
  • Manufacturer: ‎ELEGOO
  • Country of Origin: ‎India
  • Item Weight: ‎15 kg


Mayku Formbox:

  • Height – 315mm
  • Length (With Handles) – 466mm
  • Width – 274mm
  • Forming bed – 200mm x 200mm
  • Draw Depth – 130mm
  • Temp. Range – 160C to 340C
  • Weight – 13kgs
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Pionext Resins:

  • Ortho Model 2.0 Resin
    Application: Invisible aligners, trial models, and other dental and medical applications.
  • Transparent Surgical Guide Resin
    Application: Dental implant surgical guides and medical applications.
  • Dental Casting(500ml) Resin
    Application: castable dental crown, skeleton and others, dental and medical casting applications.
  • Flexible Resin
    Application: make soft objects like animation models, insoles, watch straps, teaching models, etc.
  • Castable High Wax(500ml) Resin 
    Application: make high-precision jewelry casting models.


A dental 3D printer for dental models can create a variety of models, including study models, diagnostic models, orthodontic models, surgical guides, and implant models.

The most common type of dental 3D printer is the Digital Light Processing (DLP) printer. DLP printers utilize a light source to solidify liquid resin layer by layer, producing intricately detailed dental models and restorations.

A digital file of the dental restoration or equipment that is to be manufactured is what a dental 3D printer uses to operate.
Compared to conventional production techniques, dental 3D printers have several advantages, such as improved accuracy and precision, less waste, quicker turnaround times, and the capacity to generate intricate geometries that are challenging or impossible to do so using conventional techniques.
The benefits of using a 3D printer for dental models include improved accuracy and precision, reduced labor and production costs, faster turnaround times, and the ability to produce custom models with a high level of detail and complexity.
A dental 3D printer in Mumbai has various ranges and can start from thirty thousand to five lakhs depending on its features and technology.
Protomont Technologies is a renowned player for providing the best in quality and affordable dental 3D printers in Mumbai.

3D printing in dentistry began to gain traction in the early 2000s. However, with the advent of 3D printer for dental models around 2010, this technology became more widely adopted in dental labs and practices for creating dental models, crowns, bridges, and other dental prosthetics.

While 3D printing offers numerous benefits in dentistry, such as increased accuracy and efficiency, there are some risks to be aware of. These include potential exposure to harmful fumes and particles emitted from the dental 3D printer during the printing process, as well as the risk of improper calibration leading to inaccuracies in the final printed objects.

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