Microlay ® Versus dental 3D Printer

Please contact us for more details at 1888-532-0554 or email us at orders@udscanada.com

Microlay Versus is a dental 3D printer is designed specifically to meet the most demanding needs of both dental labs and clinics.

Full HD UV 385nm LED Light Engine with an internal radiometer.

In order to maintain optimal printing quality, it is necessary to supply exactly the same amount of UV energy doses on each layer.
Other 3D printers in the market that have LED projectors are not able to keep the Level of the UV energy constant throughout the same print, causing surface imperfections and irregularities. In addition, within some hours of use, the LEDs tend to lose intensity, requiring constant adjustments in the material profiles.

Thanks to its internal radiometer the Microlay Versus is able to auto-calibrate the amount of energy not only before each print but also before each layer is less than one second, guaranteeing accuracy over the same print and also over the years (up to 50,000 hours lifespan)

 

Amazing Resolution & Accuracy

Thanks to its Solid State light engine and FullHD (1920×1080 px) DLP projector, the new Microlay Versus Dental 3D Printer is able to print to an amazing resolution of 65 microns in the horizontal XY plane and 50 microns in the vertical Z plane (up to 10 microns).

The degree of detail and reliability is astonishing and the surface finish is simply spectacular.

 

Open to third party materials.

The 385 nm UV light source guarantees compatibility with most of the premium dental resins in the market, including white and clear resins which are problematic with other printers with visible light projectors. Don’t let anyone tells you which material to use, choose the one you like.

 

Designed for Repeatability

We know that within certain sectors, such as dental or scientific research, not only precision but also predictability and repeatability are essential, and although we often find 3D printers in the market that are capable of achieving good results, we find the problem that these results are not always repeatable due to the large number of variables that can affect the success of an impression such as the orientation, its location in the tray, the correct generation of the supports, the ambient temperature and most importantly, the small deformations caused by an optical module that is not up to the demands or a poor mechanical design.

Anodized aluminum finishes

Details are very important for Microlay, which is why we take extreme care with the design and finish of every part of the machine, especially those that will come into direct contact with the user.

We have chosen aluminum with a nice anodized finish as the material for both the printing surface and the bucket. This minimizes the natural wear of the parts in contact with the resin and enables considerable savings on replacements.

Temperature control

We have heated the printing chamber using hot air by convection, this way we managed to create the optimum microclimate for each resin, reducing its viscosity and reproducing a controlled environment that eases repeatability.

WIFI Connectivity

We are aware of the importance of time saving and comfort in day-to-day life in dental labs and clinics. Microlay Versus works as a Printing server and includes a web interface so you can monitor and control absolutely everything through your PC, Tablet or Smartphone from wherever you happen to be.

Send a file from the computer where you have installed your CAD/CAM software remotely using local Wi-Fi. You can even ask for remote support using its built-in TeamViewer app.

7”  Touchscreen

Microlay Versus is meant to make difficult jobs easy. Among other features, it has a big 7″ touchscreen with a clean and intuitive interface for handling routine procedures. Load the digital file (STL, SLC, ZIP), select a profile to match the resin that you are going to use, then go ahead and print. It’s that easy.

Another convenient feature is the monitoring camera placed below the bucket so you can keep a constant check on what’s going on.