Save time and reduce error with Biocompatible materials
For medical and dental applications, look no further than Stratasys’ range of biocompatible materials for Polyjet 3D printers.
Combine all three of these with a multi-material Polyjet machine and you can manufacture a full tray of biocompatible materials for a mixture of applications.
Stratasys Biocompatible materials enable precise visualisations to be made. The materials are suitable for over 30 days of skin contact and up to 24 hours of mucosal membrane contact.
The range consists of the following materials:
Stratasys Biocompatible Vero ContactClear
Vero ContactClear is a transparent, biocompatible PolyJet material medically approved for bodily contact. The material is designed for both medical and dental applications and is approved for permanent skin contact (more than 30 days) and limited mucosal membrane contact (up to 24 hours).
Stratasys Biocompatible Clear MED610
MED610 is a transparent, biocompatible, Polyjet material medically approved for contact with the body. The material is designed for both medical and dental applications. It can be used to create rigid, transparent parts such as surgical guides for dental implants or orthopaedic procedures. It is approved for permanent skin contact of more than 30 days, and limited mucosal membrane contact of up to 24 hours.
Stratasys Biocompatible VeroGlaze MED620
MED620 is primarily intended for dental customers. It is an opaque, rigid material for accurate models and try-ins.
Stratasys Biocompatible MED625FLX
Primarily for the dental market, MED625FLX is a flexible, transparent material. It enables orthodontists to work digitally, ensuring faster production times while optimising placement and bonding. Using a 3D printed indirect bonding (IDB) tray eliminates steps such as moulding, thermoforming and manual installation. It also removes many opportunities for human error to creep in.
The IDB tray vastly improves speed and precision in the bracket installation process. It replaces the traditional tooth-by-tooth method which creates an hour or more of discomfort for the patient and requires a high level of skill and precision.
With IDB trays, the orthodontist prints the tray and fixes the brackets to it in advance. This efficient installation process reduces the time patients spend in the dental chair to as little as 15 minutes.