The price of a 3D printer for printing teeth varies depending on factors such as brand, model, configuration, and performance. Generally speaking, the price of dental 3D printers
ranges from thousands of dollars to hundreds of thousands of dollars. For example, the price of some home-use desktop 3D printers is around US$500-2000, while the price of professional dental 3D printers is usually higher. In addition, factors such as printing consumables and maintenance costs need to be considered. If you need specific price information, it is recommended that you consult relevant brands or sellers.
ACME R3pro dental 3D printer has the following advantages:
Improve production efficiency: Traditional hand-made teeth require skilled dentists to spend a long time on fine hand-carving. Using a 3D printer to print teeth can greatly improve production efficiency and reduce production time.
Improve accuracy and quality: 3D printing technology can precisely control the printing thickness and shape of each layer, so as to produce more accurate and higher quality tooth models. This is very important for dental treatments that require a high degree of precision.
Personalized customization: 3D printing technology can be used to customize teeth that conform to the patient's oral shape according to the patient's oral data. This improves the fit of the teeth and reduces unnecessary orthodontic treatment.
Reduce the amount of tooth cutting: Traditional treatment methods need to flatten the patient's healthy teeth to facilitate the installation of dentures, but 3D printing technology can be tailored according to the patient's tooth shape, reducing tooth damage and tooth cutting.
Cost saving: Traditional manual production takes a lot of manpower and time, but using 3D printing technology can greatly save manpower and cost.
In short, 3D printing technology can help dentists better meet the individual needs of patients, improve treatment effects and reduce treatment time, and has a very broad application prospect.
ACME dental 3D printer
is a 3D printer specially designed for the dental field, which can be used to make orthodontics, dentures, crowns and implants, etc. The 3D printer adopts light curing technology, which can quickly and accurately manufacture high-quality dental products in a short time. It is also equipped with a high-precision scanner, which can quickly scan the patient's mouth and provide doctors with accurate dental data, making customized dental products more precise and comfortable. At the same time, the 3D printer also has a shockproof function, which can ensure the stability of the printing process and improve the quality and reliability of the product.