The accuracy, repeatability, and high resolution of SprintRay Pro have helped to push dental 3D printing into more offices. Thanks to its wide resin compatibility, our incredible dental community has shown us the breadth of applications that a single printer can provide. But in an effort to continue pushing the boundaries of what’s possible with 3D printing, we recognized that certain applications might benefit from a printer that can trade in finer margins.
For this ultra high-resolution printer, we targeted restorative applications such as temporary and definitive crowns, die models for margin checking, hybrid dentures, and cast applications. Enter the Pro55, dentistry’s most user-friendly production workhorse for cases that demand extremely tight margins.
Same Pro, New Focus
To ensure our product ecosystem meets the unique needs of all dental clinics, we started with what we know works. The fundamentals of Pro remain the same in both the Pro95 and 55 – they’re powered by the same projector, feature identical hardware, and operate with identical software. This means you can keep enjoying the fantastic user experience of Pro, whether you’re doing mass production of dental models or creating a single crown.
This overlap in design and build means that clinics or labs adding Pro55 as a second printer option don’t have to climb a steep learning curve. Simply print as before, but with an emphasis on high-resolution applications.
Additionally, Pro55 benefits from all the same technological innovations as Pro95. That means access to the full open certified resin platform along with advanced features like Pixel Toning and Ludicrous Speed. Pro55 integrates with SprintRay Dashboard, allowing you to remotely track your prints and automatically integrate design files.
New Color, New Opportunities
When we set out to build a higher-resolution version of SprintRay Pro, we knew that it needed to be capable of fabricating accurate indirect restorative applications. Featuring a 55-micron XY resolution and pixel toning, Pro55 is the perfect machine for crafting custom chairside temporaries or definitive crowns. Thanks to our materials partnership with Bego and DENTCA, Pro55 is compatible with the world’s most advanced materials for indirect restorative applications.
Hybrid dentures and certain full-arch surgical guides can also benefit from a higher resolution printer in some circumstances. When hyper-accurate manufacturing is what’s required, Pro55 is the perfect tool for the job. Aesthetic temporaries are another area of interest for ultra-resolution printing, where fit is of the utmost importance.
Master of the Small Stuff
For a large number of applications, Pro95 provides a highly flexible, rapid, and high-throughput manufacturing option. For those who want to help push 3D printing into the indirect restorative space, or for whom ultimate accuracy is the most critical component of printing, we’re excited to offer Pro55. Whether you’re printing crowns, applications for metal casting, hybrid dentures, or die models, the resolution and surface quality of Pro55 is second to none.
Pro55 makes a great companion to busy offices who want to increase their production capacity and widen their breadth of in-office manufacturing capacity. While it excels at printing ultra high resolution applications, its resin-sharing platform with Pro95 means that it can be used for a wide variety of dental applications, including models, occlusal guards, surgical guides, and much, much more. We can’t wait to see what you make with it.