ProJet MJP 3600 Dental
|Material||Thermoplastics > Standard (PLA, ABS…)|
|Build size||284 × 185 × 203 mm11.18 × 7.28 × 7.99 in|
3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) is one of the oldest, largest, and most global AM equipment manufacturers in the industry. The company was founded in 1986 and pioneered stereolithography technology in its early years. Today, 3D Systems markets numerous technologies and caters to most industries and their different use cases.
3D Systems ProJet MJP 3600 Dental overview
The 3D Systems ProJet MJP 3600 Dental is a professional dental 3D printer made by 3D Systems, a manufacturer based in the USA.
The 3D Systems ProJet MJP 3600 Dental targets mainly dental labs and can produce a large variety of 3D printed dental appliances: drill guides, jaw models, orthodontic thermoforming models, plaster-like appearance for crown and bridge, partial denture and orthodontic models.
The 3D Systems ProJet MJP 3600 Dental 3D printer is based on the MultiJet (MJP) 3D printing technology. MJP 3D printers 3D print thin layers of UV-curable liquid resin (photosensitive resin) onto a platform, using wax to create supports that brace the part during production. UV lamps cure each layer, and the build platform lowers for the next layer. This process continues layer by layer until the part is complete.
Three different 3D printing modes are available:
- UHD Mode: Ultra High Definition
- HDX Mode: High Definition Smooth (for 3D printing drill guides, jaw models and orthodontic thermoforming models)
- HDP Mode: High Definition Plaster (for 3D printed plaster-like crowns and bridges, partial dentures and orthodontic models)
Each 3D printing mode implies a specific build volume; the higher the resolution the smaller the build volume. In the Full Specs tab of this product page, we list the technical characteristics and performances for the UHD Mode (750 x 750 x 890 DPI resolution).
The 3D Systems ProJet MJP 3600 Dental includes an internal hard drive capacity of 500 Gb minimum and makes less than 65 dBa in operation (at medium fan settings). This 3D printer is controlled by the 3D Systems proprietary software, 3D Sprint.
The 3D Systems ProJet MJP 3600 Dental can 3D print in 3 engineered plastics, from the Visijet M3 Dental line of materials (with VisiJet S300 as a support material):
– VisiJet M3 Dentcast
– VisiJet M3 Stoneplast
– VisiJet M3 PearlStone