Nexa3D, an XponentialWorks company, and BEGO a German dental device manufacturer have unveiled the Varseo XL SLA 3D printer at the International Dental Show (IDS) 2019 in Cologne.
The Varseo XL maintains five times the print area of comparable dental 3D printers and prints at six times the speed, as well as ten times the volume. With these capabilities, BEGO has branded this system as the “most productive and economical dental lab 3D printer”.
The Varseo XL
Commencing today, IDS 2019 is the leading global trade fair for the dental community. With new innovations such as metal 3D printed dental abutments and the award-winning NextDent 5100 on display, the fair demonstrates how additive manufacturing has positively changed dentistry.
The new Varseo XL 3D printer, under the BEGO brand, utilizes Nexa3D’s proprietary Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing (LSPc) and structured light matrix technology to manufacture objects at up to 1cm/min and 2700cc/hr. It is designed to print with the full range of BEGO dental resins, for surgical guides, trays, permanent restorations, bridges, crowns, surgical guides and, CAD/Cast applications.
Equipped with intuitive software and integrated sensors, the Varseo XL also exhibits improved printer performance as a result of predictive and prescriptive diagnostics and continuous monitoring functionalities.
Increasing dental lab productivity
Prior to this, California-based Nexa3D debuted the NXE400 3D printer large-format SLA system which, according to the company, “is capable of continuously printing up to 16 liters of parts volume, at speeds of up to 1Z centimeter per minute.”
Both the NXE400 and the Varseo XL are designed for dental lab practitioners and professionals wanting to increase dental lab productivity thirty-fold. As a result of BEGO and Nexa3D’s collaboration, BEGO will commercialize the Varseo XL within the next 12 months through its growing dental reseller network.
The Varseo XL will be showcased at IDS 2019 at booth M20/N29 – Hall 10.2, Koelnmesse, Fair Grounds, Cologne-Deutz until the fairs closing on March 2019.
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Featured image shows the Varseo XL 3D printer. Image via IDS/BEGO.