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[NEW] Flexcera Dental Resin

FDA approved denture resin


Desktop Health™ and EnvisionTEC Dental Resins

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Flexcera™

Press-E-Cast

E-Partial 

E-MFP

E-Model

E-SepFree

E-Guide

E-Guard

KeySplint Soft

KeyOrtho IBT

NextDent Gingiva Mask

E-Orthoshape

E-Aquamodel

E-Dentstone

E-Tray


Flexcera™ 


 

Introducing Flexcera™, a new FDA-cleared resin for the fabrication of beautiful, functional dentures with ceramic-like strength. Flexcera was developed, tested, and selected from more than 200 formulations harnessing the strength of ceramic coupled with long chain chemistry for optimal denture properties. Flexcera™ is a new resin for the fabrication of beautiful, functional dentures with ceramic-like strength. Available as Flexcera™ Smile and Flexcera™ Base and formulated exclusively for use with EnvisionTEC™ 3D printers.

Long-chain chemistry provides ceramic-like strength in a bottle

3X more resistant to fracture

2X more resistant to moisture

A hybrid ceramic resin with optimal translucency

Flexcera Base™

Flexcera™ Base is an FDA 510(k) Cleared Class 2 Medical Device indicated for the fabrication of denture bases in dental laboratories for full removable dentures. 

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Flexcera Smile™ 

Flexcera™ Smile is an FDA Class 1 Medical Device for the fabrication of artificial teeth for dental prostheses. Light-curable resin for the fabrication of high-impact artificial teeth with variable translucency for dentures. Compatible and validated for use with EnvisionTEC™ systems.

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Flexcera™ Properties

  • Physical Properties

  • Viscosity @ 30°C - 535 cP

  • Young's Modulus, Dry Material - 780 MPa

  • Young's Modulus, After Immersion in Water for 2 Days - 37°C - 902 MPa

  • Ultimate Strength, Dry Material - 37.4 MPa

  • Ultimate Strength, After Immersion in Water for 2 Days -37°C - 45.8 MPa

  • Strain at Break, Dry Material - 76%

  • Strain at Break, After Immersion in Water for 2 Days -37°C - 58.5%

  • Ultimate Flexural Strength, Dry Material - 90 MPa

  • Ultimate Flexural Strength, After Immersion in Water for 2 Days -37°C - 81 MPa

  • Flexural Modulus, Dry Material - 2380 MPa

  • Flexural Modulus, After Immersion in Water for 2 Days -37°C - 2325 MPa

  • Shore D - 81

  • Izod Notched Impact - 29.6 J/m

  • Total Work Fracture - 3500 J/m2


Press-E-Cast


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A wax-filled photopolymer material to produce full anatomical crowns and bridges with extreme dimensional accuracy in X, Y and Z, and exceptional surface finish. This material can also be used to print partial frameworks. Rapid, clean and ash-free, resulting in accurate, quality castings. With a moderate wax content, Press-E-Cast also delivers low thermal expansion during burnout. A full contour ceramic can also be produced through pressing the 3D printed parts in Press-E-Cast

Press-E-Cast Properties

  • Physical Properties

  • Tensile Strength - 56 MPa

  • Elongation at Break  - 3.5%

  • Flexural Strength  - 115 MPa

  • Flexural Modulus - 3350 MPa

  • HDT (Heat Deflection Temperature) - 140° C (284°F)

  • No heat treatment necessary


E-Partial


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If you are looking to produce delicate partial frameworks with thin features and some flexibility for casting then the E-Partial castable is for you!

The E-Partial material maintains flexural strength to ensure clasp flex without breakage. Its stiffness allows for production of a very hard retention grid and super tight thin clasps to deliver a metal partial with the perfect fit every time.

E-Partial Properties

Physical Properties

  • Tensile Strength - 57 MPa

  • Elongation at Break - 3.6%

  • Shore D - 89

  • Specific gravity - 1.10-1.11 g/cm3

  • Viscosity - 760 cP at 25° C

  • Flexural Strength - 129 MPa

  • Flexural Modulus - 3155 MPa

  • HDT (Heat Deflection Temperature) - 130° C at 0.455 MPa; 78° C at 1.82 MPa

  • No heat treatment necessary


E-MFP (coming soon)


E-MFP (Metal Free Partial) is a revolutionary dental material able to be used in the production of ready-to-use partial denture. No need for casting and assembling, dental professionals will be able to create the entire partial, including the framework and built-in teeth in a biocompatible 3D printing material with incredible strength and flexibility. The balance between inorganic fillers and the resin give the material its high strength and wear resistance. E-MFP is easy to finish and polish, and can be stained with all types of composite staining kits to blend perfectly a beautiful and natural aesthetic.


E-Model


 

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EnvisionTEC’s E-Model printing material for DLP and cDLM 3D printers is perfect choice for orthodontic models. The high green strength gives E-Model Beige an added strength and stability during the build, resulting in lower shrinkage and curling than similar products. E-Model Beige produces detailed models, with exceptional surface finish, for precise orthodontic treatment plans.

E-Model Properties

  • Physical Properties

  • Tensile Strength - 55 MPa

  • Tensile Modulus - 2200 MPa

  • Elongation at Break - 5.5%

  • Flexural Strength - 90 MPa

  • Flexural Modulus - 2540 MPa

  • Viscosity - 150 cP at 30°C

  • Colours Available Natural, Light, Peach, Black, Beige


E-SepFree


 

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EnvisionTEC’s E-SepFree is the only 3D printable dental model material that fulfils two special needs:

  1. Easy to release when directly building orthodontic appliances as it does not require a separator.
  2. Easy to carve when hand contouring contact areas, opening interproximals, and much more.

E-SepFree produces high-resolution models with crisp detail without sacrificing speed or accuracy.

E-SepFree Properties

  • Physical Properties

  • Melting Point - 250°C

  • Density - 1.06 g/cm3

  • Colour - Opaque yellow


E-Guide


 

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EnvisionTEC’s E-Guide is a biocompatible certified Class I material, developed for the production of high precision surgical drill guides for use in implant surgery. The results produced by combining E-Guide with EnvisionTEC technology are superior to traditional methods of manufacturing implant placement guides.

High resolution 3D printing allows for precisely targeted placement of implants during surgery. Drill sleeves may be inserted directly after printing, with excellent fit. The material is resistant to disinfectants and can be sterilised using gamma rays and autoclave without affecting dimensional stability.

The cost of high quality drill guides can be dramatically lower when produced using E-Guide on an EnvisionTEC 3D printer in comparison to previous machining methods, making EnvisionTEC the clear choice for any digital dental laboratory.

E-Guide Properties

  • Physical Properties

  • Ultimate Flexural Strength - 79 – 85 MPa

  • Flexural Modulus - 2059 – 2030 MPa

  • Water Sorption - 30 – 32 µm/mm3

  • Water Solubility - 0.5 µm/mm3

  • Viscosity @ 30°C - 230-330 cP

  • Cytotoxicity Passed – ISO 10993-5

  • Irritation and Skin Sensitisation Passed – ISO 10993-10


E-Guard


 

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EnvisionTEC’s E-Guard 3D printing material is a biocompatible, crystal-clear material for the production of accurate orthodontic splints and retainers. The results produced by combining E-Guard with EnvisionTEC technology are superior to traditional methods of manufacturing bite guards and night guards. It is a clear material, allowing for maximum visibility. High resolution 3D printing allows for precise fit. Finally, the cost of high quality splints and retainers can be dramatically lower when produced using E-Guard on an EnvisionTEC 3D printer in comparison to previous machining methods, making EnvisionTEC the clear choice for any digital dental or orthodontic laboratory or practice.

E-Guard Properties

  • Physical Properties

  • Flexural Strength - 79 – 85 MPa

  • Flexural Modulus - 2050 – 2130 MPa

  • Water Sorption - 30 – 32 µm/mm3

  • Water Solubility - 0.5 µm/mm3

  • Viscosity @ 30°C - 230 – 330 cP

  • Cytotoxicity - Passed

  • Irritation & Skin Sensitisation - Passed


Keysplint Soft


 

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KeySplint Soft for EnvisionTEC is a a 3D printing resin ideal for printing splints and night guards. It is fully biocompatible and is in compliance with international medical device regulations and standards. Its robust formulation has three years of guaranteed shelf life, is colour stable, and is validated in EnvisionTEC DLP and cDLM printers.

KeySplint Soft for EnvisionTEC combines the strength needed to protect teeth with added flexibility for better patient comfort for precise, strong and smooth finished parts that are not brittle. The abrasion-resistant formula is easily polished and also easily cleaned by the patient.

Keysplint Soft Properties

  • Physical Properties

  • Flexural Strength - 44-47 MPa

  • Flexural Modulus - 1,100 – 1,400 MPa

  • Elongation at Break - >110%

  • Shore D Hardness - 80-85

  • IZOD Impact (Notched) - 45-48 J/m

  • Ultimate Flexural Strength - 2.6-4.4 MPa

  • Flexural Modulus - 135-200 MPa

  • Sorption - <18 µg/mm3

  • Solubility - <4.8 µg/mm3

  • Free Monomer Extraction - Pass

  • Cytotoxicity - Pass

  • Irritation - Pass

  • Sensitisation - Pass


KeyOrtho IBT


 

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Biocompatible, tasteless, and odourless, KeyOrtho IBT for EnvisionTEC is ideal for manufacturing indirect bonding trays. It combines strength and precision to accurately set brackets, with the flexibility and non-stick formula needed for easy release.

KeyOrtho IBT Properties

  • Physical Properties

  • Tensile Strength - 8.0-10.5

  • Young's Modulus - 15.5-31.0 MPa

  • Elongation at Break - >130%

  • Biocompatibility - Pass

  • Viscosity @25°C  - <1000 cP

  • Orthodontic Adhesive Release - Pass


NextDent Gingiva Mask


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NextDent Gingiva Mask is a flexible material that can be used in combination with a model material.  This makes it possible to print parts of the model that need a certain flexibility, such as Gingiva Masks on implant models.

NextDent Gingiva Mask Properties

  • Physical Properties

    • Shore A Hardness - 68

E-Orthoshape


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E-OrthoShape is a grey ABS-like material that prints in 100 micron layers.  It is recommended for the affordable volume production of models on which to produce clear thermoformed aligners by orthodontic professionals

E-Orthoshape Properties

  • Physical Properties

  • Tensile Strength - 65 MPa

  • Tensile Modulus - 1772 MPa

  • Elongation at Break - 6.6%

  • Flexural Strength - 108 MPa

  • Flexural Modulus - 2543 MPa

  • Viscosity - 765 cP at 30°C

  • Color - Gray


E-AquaModel


 

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EnvisionTEC’s groundbreaking E-AquaModel printing material for DLP and cDLM 3D printers is the perfect choice for high-accuracy orthodontic models as well as solid crown and bridge models.  It allows for the first environmentally friendly cleaning process using only water.  A high green strength gives E-AquaModel added strength and stability during the build, resulting in lower shrinkage and curling than similar products.  The low viscosity of the liquid material allows for quick and easy cleanup of the models without the need to use alcohol.

E-AquaModel Properties

  • Physical Properties

  • Tensile Strength - 40 – 50 MPa

  • Elongation at Break - 2.0 – 2.5%

  • Tensile Modulus - 2400 – 2450 MPa

  • Viscosity, Brookfield @ 30°C - 250 cP


E-Dentstone


 

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A material developed specifically for the rapid production of highly accurate, scannable dental models.

With a look and feel similar to traditional gypsum models, E-Denstone delivers a matte finish, which assists in accurate scanning for verification purposes. This material allows the user to die trim, margin mark with a red pencil and hand wax to the die without concern over layer lines. Die paint sticks to the dies just like plaster and won’t peel off.

Models that are printed in E-Denstone demonstrate the best-in-class accuracy and surface finish for which EnvisionTEC is known worldwide.

E-Dentstone Properties

Physical Properties

Tensile Strength - 56 MPa

  • Elongation at Break - 3.5%

  • Flexural Strength - 115 MPa

  • Flexural Modulus - 3350 MPa

  • Heat Deflection Temperature - 140° C (284°F)

  • (no heat treatment necessary)


E-Tray


 

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E-Tray is a 3D printing material for use in producing individual customised impression trays.  Dental impressions can be used for preliminary impressions, final impressions, and bite registrations, and are used for prosthodontics, orthodontics, dental crown and bridges, maxillofacial prosthetics, oral and maxillofacial surgery, in diagnosis, mouth guards, whitening trays, and for the permanent dental record to document before and after phases.

E-Tray’s minimal inhibition layer promotes optimal polymerisation of the impression material.  The high elongation at break combined with the translucency of the 3D printed component means that the practitioner always has control during the impression process and when removing the tray from the mouth.

E-Tray Properties

  • Physical Properties

  • Physical State - Liquid

  • Colour - Blue

  • Density - 1.1 g/cm3

  • Viscosity 700-1200 - Pass


“3D printing is putting more tools into the orthodontists' hands. ... It changes the practice dramatically because you have a faster turnover time and you have more freedom of movement versus working with an intermediary.”

Dr. Cosmo Haralambidis - Cranston, RI

“In regards to quality, our DDP4 from EnvisionTEC works very well. The prints match the margins on both our stone and printed models with great accuracy. Overall I would say we are very happy with the machine. It has proven to be very reliable, so much so that we now use it as our primary production machine for waxups.”

Don Albensi, C.D.T., Albensi Labs

“Incorporating OrthoSelect and the EnvisionTEC Vida into our indirect bonding procedures has greatly changed the amount of preparation involved. We have scanned and printed our models for several years. The lab time it requires to make your own IDB trays can be quite time consuming. The multistep process can often require several hours. Implementing DIBS has reduced the workload by at least 60 percent. We are now able to 3D print only indirect bonding trays and simply place the brackets in them the day of the initial bonding. It has made us more efficient on a daily basis and freed up so much time to concentrate on patients.”

Dr. Jeff Backus - Hoover, AL

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