D4K Pro Dental

Abergower is customer centric and has developed its extensive service delivery options specifically for its growing customer base.

Introducing the D4K Pro, the highest resolution 4K desktop 3D dental printer. The D4K Pro from EnvisionTEC includes the fastest print speed for a standard DLP printer, and delivers extremely accurate parts with the finest detail available. The D4K Pro is built on an industrial 4K DLP projector which guarantees stable performance for many years. The D4K Pro is compatible with all EnvisionTEC DLP dental resins for the dental industry, providing essential solutions for applications from models to full dentures and everything in between. Designed for chairside and small labs, the D4K Pro is the industry’s newest solution, brought to you by the original inventors of DLP 3D printing technology. EnvisionTEC has been leading the way for dental 3D printing since 2003, with equipment and material innovations that have revolutionized the dental and orthodontic industries.

D4K Pro Dental

D4K Pro Machine Properties

Build Envelope

148 x 83 x 110 mm (5.8 x 3.3 x 4.3 in.)

XY Native Resolution

50 µm

Patented Enhanced XY Resolution

25 µm

Z Resolution

1 µm


385 nm

Dynamic Layer Thickness (Material Dependent)

15 – 150 µm

UI and Connectivity

Touch Screen / Ethernet, USB


50 x 57 x 59 cm (19.7 x 22.4 x 23.2 in.)

Electrical Requirements

100-240V AC, 1.5A, 50Hz/60Hz

D4K Pro System Properties

OPEN material access license option available

Intelligent closed loop minimal peeling forces

Remote monitoring and job starting capabilities

Industrial-grade UV LED projector for reliability and consistency

Designed to run 24/7 in a production environment

Material changeover can be done quickly and easily in minutes

Includes user-friendly Envision One RP software for fast and easy preparation of models, automatic support generation, and a fully integrated Mesh Healing tool.

D4K Pro Materials Available


A biocompatible crystal clear material for accurate bite and night guards


A castable material specifically formulated for patterns with thin features and some flexibility, such as partial frameworks


A wax-filled photopolymer material to 3D print castable parts with extreme dimensional accuracy and exceptional surface finish.


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

E-Model Light DLP

Prototype and end-use model printing

NextDent C&B MFH

Dental crown and bridge material

NextDent Gingiva Mask

Creates flexible gingival masks for use in combination with 3D printed dental models.

NextDent Ortho IBT

Orthodontic indirect bonding trays

NextDent Denture 3D+

A biocompatible material for direct 3D printing of pink denture bases




3D printing material for use in producing individual customized impression trays.


A biocompatible material for precision surgical drill guides used in surgery

KeySplint Soft for EnvisionTEC

Flexcera Smile

“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