These EnvisionTEC materials are for the company’s line of high-speed continuous 3D printers.
A breakthrough material for the high-speed printing of a castable photopolymer with the highest wax content available in 3D printing.
A popular production casting material, PIC 100 is ideal for printing jewelry, dental and other parts requiring exceptional detail and surface finish. In jewelry, PIC is recommended for pieces up to 5 grams finish weight, such as bridal jewelry.
E-Tray is a 3D printing material for use in producing individual customized impression trays.
EnvisionTEC's E-Denture 3D+ material is an FDA-approved, biocompatible Class IIa material suitable for 3D-printing all types of denture bases.
EnvisionTEC's E-Dent 400 MFH printing material is an FDA-approved solution for the accurate 3D printing of crowns and bridges for long-term temporary use as well as dentures.
E-Model is a tough material, suitable for high quality prototypes of items in categories such as automotive and consumer goods as well as stable enough for production-quality end use parts. It is also the ideal material for dental and orthodontic models.
E-Guard is a biocompatible transparent material for the production of accurate orthodontic bite splints and night guards. 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.
EnvisionTEC’s quick building QView resin is ideal for providing fast design verification models. This exciting new material is capable of impressive print speeds for the full build envelope. This allows designers to put their custom design pieces into their customers’ hands in record time for final fit and design verification. It can also be used as a pattern when built in high resolution to make a silicone mold.
R5-385 material is an update on the original R5 material, one of EnvisionTEC's earliest materials still in use around the world, re-engineered for optimal performance in 3D printers utilizing 385nm wavelength light sources.