DWP-80S

Advanced 3D Technology for Denture Creation

Since launching its first DWX mill for precision milling of dental prosthetics in 2010, Roland DG quickly became a leading manufacturer in the dental industry, helping to digitalize the workflow at dental labs around the world. Now, by harnessing and applying the digital fabrication technologies that it has fine-tuned over three decades, Roland DG has developed the new DWP-80S dental 3D printer exclusively to assist in the production of dentures. The DWP-80S provides a remarkably simple solution for precision 3D printing of custom trays, base plates and frameworks required for dentures. Built to produce the level of quality demanded by industry professionals, the new printer is designed to make denture fabrication easier than previously possible.

 

Superior quality to transform the fabrication process

By rigorously analyzing the precision and fit required for digitally produced dentures, DWP-80S intelligently determines how dentures are printed and then chooses the ideal number and layout of support points while adjusting for material shrinkage factors. Dental components that previously required an advanced level of skill can now be made easily by anyone to streamline the denture fabrication process.

Workflow

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Advanced 3D Technology for Denture Creation

Since launching its first DWX mill for precision milling of dental prosthetics in 2010, Roland DG quickly became a leading manufacturer in the dental industry, helping to digitalize the workflow at dental labs around the world. Now, by harnessing and applying the digital fabrication technologies that it has fine-tuned over three decades, Roland DG has developed the new DWP-80S dental 3D printer exclusively to assist in the production of dentures. The DWP-80S provides a remarkably simple solution for precision 3D printing of custom trays, base plates and frameworks required for dentures. Built to produce the level of quality demanded by industry professionals, the new printer is designed to make denture fabrication easier than previously possible.

Superior quality to transform the fabrication process

By rigorously analyzing the precision and fit required for digitally produced dentures, DWP-80S intelligently determines how dentures are printed and then chooses the ideal number and layout of support points while adjusting for material shrinkage factors. Dental components that previously required an advanced level of skill can now be made easily by anyone to streamline the denture fabrication process.



Workflow



 

Quick Denta software for easy 3-step operation

Newly developed bundled Quick Denta software comes pre-configured with the optimum parameters for printing a variety of denture applications in three simple steps by following the easy-to-follow workflow wizard. Denture applications can be produced immediately following set-up, eliminating the need for editing time or attaining expertise using 3D printers.

Step1?Select application

Step2?Generate supports

Step3?Start printing

Projector system for making multiple components simultaneously

A proprietary projector lens design cures the new resin with UV light emitted by the projector to form precise denture applications of various shapes and sizes. The 80 mm square work area is ideal for allowing multiple custom trays, base plates and frameworks to be printed simultaneously. * Approximate number of simultaneously printed components: custom trays -- up to 3, base plates -- up to 4, frameworks -- up to 4 (quantities may vary depending on the size of components).

Comprehensive support network for customer peace of mind

A comprehensive support network provides customers with peace of mind when using Roland DG products. In addition to online or telephone assistance, Roland DG also offers educational seminars aimed at increasing customers’ familiarity and confidence with products and services. Service engineers are also available worldwide to assist customers with any questions they may have

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Quick Denta software for easy 3-step operation

Newly developed bundled Quick Denta software comes pre-configured with the optimum parameters for printing a variety of denture applications in three simple steps by following the easy-to-follow workflow wizard. Denture applications can be produced immediately following set-up, eliminating the need for editing time or attaining expertise using 3D printers.

Step1: Select application

Step2: Generate supports


Step3: Start printing


Projector system for making multiple components simultaneously

A proprietary projector lens design cures the new resin with UV light emitted by the projector to form precise denture applications of various shapes and sizes. The 80 mm square work area is ideal for allowing multiple custom trays, base plates and frameworks to be printed simultaneously. * Approximate number of simultaneously printed components: custom trays -- up to 3, base plates -- up to 4, frameworks -- up to 4 (quantities may vary depending on the size of components).




Comprehensive support network for customer peace of mind

A comprehensive support network provides customers with peace of mind when using Roland DG products. In addition to online or telephone assistance, Roland DG also offers educational seminars aimed at increasing customers’ familiarity and confidence with products and services. Service engineers are also available worldwide to assist customers with any questions they may have



SR100-TR

Photo-Cured Resin for Custom Trays, 1000g

SR100-BS

Photo-Cured Resin for Base Plates, 1000g

SR100-CS

Photo-Cured Resin for Frameworks, 1000g

LMV-80

Replacement vat

LC-3DPrint Box

Post Curing Unit

?If the base plate resin or the custom tray resin does not cure sufficiently, the job will not meet biocompatibility requirements. It is mandatory to use the genuine resins and curing unit for producing the applications above.

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Automatic Positioning

With Quick Denta, setting up a file for 3D printing is no longer a manual process. Quick Denta automatically adjusts 3D data to produce the most efficient and stable position on the DWP-80S work surface.
 

Automatic Support Generation

The unique, patent pending Quick Denta software process simplifies model support creation by automatically generating support structures with a single click during post processing.

Error Detection and 3D Mesh Healing

With the unique, patent pending Quick Denta software process, users can choose to automatically detect and repair minor errors during the STL importing process, without the need to return to the CAD software.

Cost-Effective Resin Calculation

Quick Denta provides accurate, timesaving and cost-effective production by calculating the exact amount of resin needed for each job. This enables users to specifically estimate costs and be ultra-competitive with job pricing.

Make Multiple Components All at Once

The 80mm x 80mm x 80mm work area is ideal for printing multiple prosthetics, including custom trays, base plates and frameworks. Quick Denta software enables users to nest multiple jobs for printing, such as up to 3 different frameworks at once.

Approximate number of simultaneously printed prosthetics (quantities may vary depending on the size of components): Up to 3 custom trays / Up to 4 base plates / Up to 4 frameworks.


 


 

MODEL DWP-80S
Applications Custom trays, base plates, and frameworks
Build technology Layered projection System
Build size 80 (W) × 80 (D) × 80 (H) mm (3.15 (W) × 3.15 (D) × 3.15 (H) in.) (The maximum amount of use perjob is 300g(0.66lb.))
Light source UV-LED (Ultraviolet light-emitting diode)
Power supply Machine
DC 24 V, 0.8 A
Dedecated AC adapter
AC 100 V to 240 V ± 10%, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption 20 W
Operating noise During operation
55 dB (A) or less
During standby
49 dB (A) or less
External dimensions 430 (W) × 365 (D) × 450 (H) mm (16.93 (W) × 14.37 (D) × 17.72 (H) in.)
Weight 24 Kg (53 lb.)
Interface USB
Installation Environment During operation
Temperature: 20 to 30 °C (68 to 86 °F), Humidity: 35 to 80 % RH (no condensation)
Power off
Temperature: 5 to 40 °C (41 to 95 °F), Humidity: 20 to 80 % RH (no condensation)
Included items AC adapter, Power cord, USB cable, liquid material vat, printing/cleaning tools(Metallic spatula, plastic spatula, tweezers, washing container × 2, Hexagonal wrench,rubber gloves, work tray, etc.), Read First (booklet), Roland DG Software Package CD etc.
System requirements
Operating system (OS)? A model preinstalled with Windows® 10/8.1/7 (32 or 64-bit versions) (64 -bit version recommended) or an upgraded computer originally preinstalled with Windows® 7 or later
CPU Intel® Core i5 or better CPU (Core i7 or highter recommended)
Memory 4 GB of memory or more (8 GB of memory or more recommended)
Optical drive CD-ROM drive
Video card and monitor 1,280 × 1,024 pixels or more
Free hard-disk space required for installation 100 MB or more
USB cable Use the included USB cable
?Operation of the machine has been verified using an Intel® Graphics HD 4000 graphics card built in to the CPU.