The PrograPrint PR5 is specially designed to meet the demands of dental laboratories. It is based on our extensive dental expertise, and it aims to help you fine tune your craft. The printer with its high-precision Light Engine is at the core of our 3D printing workflow. Our top priority in the machine’s development was to ensure high quality and reliability as well as absolute accuracy and intuitive operation. As a result, you can focus on the essentials and work more effectively.
Continuous growth and progress have been in our DNA for nearly a century. For us this means embracing the future together with our partners and customers. Your work is inspiring and we wish to ensure your ongoing success as you implement digital transformation at your workplace. The PrograPrint system is easy to use and reliable in all respects – find out for yourself!
SSMD – adaptive printing system: printing speeds up wherever this is possible
Optical Status Display: The operating status is easy to read due to special colour coding
7-inch touch screen with text instructions and “how-to” videos for intuitive handling
Materials cannot be confused due to the automatic adjustment of the print job and the corresponding material (patent pending)
PrograPrint Cartridge ensures easy, contact-free handling and safe storage of the materials
Specially designed workflow for third-party materials
Timer to start the printing process
Automatic mixing cycle before every printing process
4-million pixel resolution ensures outstanding precision
Native printing resolution of 49 µm
Exceptionally high output of max. 16 mW/cm2
Automatic calibration of the Light Engine and Z axis
A wide spectrum of applications is the basis for the successful economic use of 3D printing workflows. As a result, we provide materials that cover all currently tried-and-tested applications. Furthermore, we have opened up the printing system in an effort to offer you maximum flexibility in the future.
ProArt Print Wax
ProArt Print Splint
ProArt Print Model
Compatible with select Detax materials, more to follow
 burn-out restorations for the press technique