EnvisionTEC’s Perfactory 4 Digital Dental Printer (P4 DDP) Series includes low cost, easy to maintain and user friendly 3D Rapid Manufacturing Systems for the digital dental laboratory. Using state of the art Direct Light Projection (DLP®) from Texas Instruments®, the P4 DDP Systems produce the finest detail in the shortest amount of time.
115 x 72 x 180 or 230 mm (4.5 x 2.8 x 8.66 or 9.06 in.)
30 µm (0.0012 in.)
Dynamic Voxel Resolution in Z (Material Dependent)
25 – 150 µm (0.0010 – 00060 in.)
Fixed Focal UV Lens
1920 x 1200 Pixels
Native Voxel Size
60 µm (0.0024 in.)
Voxel Size With Optional Enhanced Resolution Module
30 µm (0.0012 in.)
1 Year Included
Dental crown and bridge dental material.
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
Creates flexible gingival masks for use in combination with 3D printed dental models.
Orthodontic indirect bonding trays
For jewelry manufacturers needing the precision of a P4 Mini with a larger build area, the P4 Mini XL has resolution capabilities as low as 22 µm (0.0009 in.) with ERM (Enhanced Resolution Module) and a build envelope up to 115 x 72 x 220 mm (4.5 x 2.8 x 8.66 in.).
A high-resolution 3D printer that is ideal for the production needs of jewelry manufacturing, the Perfactory 4 Mini produces outstanding results with resolution capabilities as low as 10 µm (0.0004 in) using the built-in ERM (Enhanced Resolution Module).
Boasting the highest resolution available in the Vida Series, the HD C&B model is ideal for the production of extremely precise dental crowns, bridges, and copings in both a castable and pressable material or in an FDA-approved material for long-term temporaries.
A material developed specifically for the rapid production of highly accurate, scannable dental models. Looks and feels similar to traditional gypsum models.
E-Gum is used to create flexible gingival masks for use in combination with 3D printed dental models, simulating the flexibility of the patient's gum in order to adjust dental prostheses properly.
E-IDB is a 3D printing material allowing for the production of indirect bonding trays for the precise placement and release of orthodontic brackets.