Since there was some confusion with the PORCELENE resin name, we have decided to change it to PRECISE™. Some of our new customers thought Porcelene, which sounds very similar to Porcelain, meant that the resin was hard but brittle.
Since this is not true, and the material has a hard surface finish, high tensile strength, and good impact resistance without being flexible (certainly NOT brittle), we have followed our standard naming convention of calling products what they are!
PRECISE™ HD dental 3D printer resin is an easy-to-use, high-quality, accurate dental model resin, it’s a popular choice for dental labs due to its mechanical properties.
Our quality control procedures follow the ISO 9001 guidelines to ensure batch-to-batch consistency in every bottle. We call this the set and forget methodology, meaning you only have to dial our resin once. Then it’s as simple as pour and print, giving you more time to focus on what’s important.
Designed to work in all open system DLP & MSLA 3D printers, Precise (PORCELENE) dental model resin allows for high precision accuracy, dimensional stability, an opaque matte finish with a gypsum-like texture for all 3D printed dental model processing. The delicate balance between toughness, hardness and flexibility optimises it for all processes including diagnostic, implant & orthodontic models, crown & bridge prototypes. Its low flex properties also make it suitable for vacuum forming aligner models. NB. Monocure 3D Dental model resin is not approved for intraoral use.
Our quality control procedures follow the ISO 9001 guidelines to ensure batch to batch consistency in every bottle. We call this the set and forget methodology, meaning you only have to dial this Resin in once, then it’s as simple as pour and print, giving you more time focusing on what’s important. The unique low viscosity formula means lower print failures in colder weather, allowing consistent results all year round.
This new Resin is available in two formulas:
DLP formula if your printer uses a projector module (DLP) to create the layers.
MSLA formula if you have a 3D printer that uses an LCD screen and a LED array (MSLA) to create the layers.