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PrograPrint: The future of 3D printing for your digital laboratory is NOW!

PrograPrint - the future-oriented 3D printing system for dental technology from Ivoclar Vivadent - is available now. The system can be implemented into your existing work process quickly and intensifies the digital orientation of your dental laboratory. The working steps are intuitive and the results reproducible and highly precise.


The recently available 3D printing system can add real value to your laboratory. The PrograPrint system is integrated into a validated workflow consisting of software, materials and suitable devices for printing, cleaning and post-curing. But what else makes the PrograPrint system special?

Easy handling

With its innovative Cartridge system, PrograPrint enables easy and clean material handling. The material is contained in the cartridge ready for printing and this can also be used for material storage. The fill level in the material tray is automatically controlled by a valve. In addition, handling is simplified due to the automatic material recognition and intuitive operation via touchscreen.

High quality material

The light-curing ProArt Print materials (model, splint and wax) enable the production of opaque and finely detailed implant models or models for the fabrication of vacuum-formed splints, transparent splints and drilling templates as well as objects which can be burned-out without residue for the production of press ceramic restorations. The special properties of the ProArt Print materials are based on Ivoclar Vivadent's many years of experience and allow high-quality results to be achieved.

High precision

The PrograPrint PR5 3D printer produces highly precise printed results thanks to the specially developed Light Engine. Calibration is automatic and ensures a consistent level of light intensity. This means the degree of precision can be achieved consistently across the entire build platform. With DLP (Digital Light Processing), the 3D printer has a high resolution of 4 million pixels on a build platform size of 125 x 78 mm. The resulting pixel size of 49 μm with layer thicknesses from 50 to 100 μm produces highly accurate printed objects.

A validated workflow

High processing reliability and reproducible results are key advantages of a validated workflow. The printing procedure begins with the design of the objects, continues over printing and cleaning and then ends with the post-curing process. All under one roof. These high demands on quality and biocompatibility are especially important when the objects that are printed are to be inserted into a patient's mouth.

The optimised working steps enable efficient and economical production. They have been reduced to the most necessary manual steps, which are easy to learn.

A component of Ivoclar Digital

The PrograPrint system extends the existing Ivoclar Digital portfolio by adding a new manufacturing technique - 3D printing.

Grow your digital portfolio and benefit from the advantages that additive manufacturing brings to your work. The PrograPrint system is available now.

The future of 3D printing for your digital laboratory is now!

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