PrograPrint System

PrograPrint System

PrograPrint is a 3D printing system that is especially designed for dental applications. The system is integrated into a validated workflow and comprises equipment for printing (PrograPrint PR5), cleaning (PrograPrint Clean) and post-curing (PrograPrint Cure) along with matching resin materials (ProArt Print) and software applications. This 3D printing system provides high-precision results due to the ideal integration of the components and allows for easy and clean handling procedures.

Your Benefits

  • Complete workflow with high process reliability
  • High precision due to specially designed light engine
  • Straightforward handling procedure with innovative cartridge system and intuitive user interface
  • High quality resin materials for outstanding results
PrograPrint PR5

PrograPrint PR5

The PrograPrint PR5 3D printer is the centrepiece of the PrograPrint system. Featuring an innovative cartridge system, the printer enables easy and virtually contactless handling of the resin materials. Automatic material recognition and an intuitive user interface give you the reliability you need in printing your objects.


  • Specially designed for the 3D printing of dental applications
  • Straightforward handling procedure with an innovative cartridge system, material recognition and intuitive user interface


  • Specially developed light engine for high precision
  • Clean and easy handling of material cartridges
  • Contactless RFID material recognition
  • Intuitive operation via touchscreen
  • Optical status display


  • Veneers
  • Inlays/Onlays/Partial crowns
  • Crowns/Bridges
  • Occlusal splints
  • Drilling templates
  • Models

ProArt Print materials

ProArt Print materials

ProArt Print are light-cured resin materials for stereolithography 3D printing. They are designed for use with the PrograPrint PR5 3D printer to produce accurate, dimensionally stable printed objects. Process-supporting materials enable the manufacture of opaque models, transparent splints (e.g. bruxer splints), drill templates and objects for the fabrication of pressed restorations.

ProArt Print Model

ProArt Print Model is an opaque-beige coloured material designed for the production of a variety of models. Implant models, models for the fabrication of vacuum-formed splints and filled/hollow models with removable dies can be fabricated. The material is versatile and comfortable to work with because its colour and texture are very similar to conventional plaster.

ProArt Print Splint

PrograArt Splint is suited for the manufacture of occlusal splints, drilling templates and try-in bases for fixed and removable prosthetics. The printed objects are distinguished by good polishing properties, high translucency and strength, without being brittle.

ProArt Print Wax

ProArt Print Wax burns out without leaving residue and is therefore especially suited for the manufacture of pressed objects. ProArt Print Wax is the ideal auxiliary for use in the press technique with IPS e.max Press. This press ceramic is suitable for both monochromatic and polychromatic restorations as well as for implant restorations and allows the fabrication of individual inlays, onlays, crowns and bridges. ProArt Print Wax can also be employed to print wax trees with the help of the Digital Wax Tree software add-on.
Engineered to meet dental needs – take a look and be inspired

Engineered to meet dental needs – take a look and be inspired

High precision is one of the requirements of a 3D printer in a dental laboratory. As a complete system with a validated workflow and special LED light source, the PrograPrint system is distinguished by the highest level of precision for your dental laboratory.

Order a free quadrant model with removable dies, made from the ProArt Print Model material. Be inspired by the impressive print results produced in the PrograPrint system.

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PrograPrint Clean & Cure

PrograPrint Clean

PrograPrint Clean is designed for cleaning printed 3D objects with isopropanol (IPA). Printed objects can be left on the build platform when they are cleaned in the cleaning unit. The cleaner features a self-reversing magnetic stirrer and a two-stage cleaning option for optimum results. The cleaner features a sturdy and durable stainless steel construction. It is coordinated for use with the ProArt Print materials. The unit is TÜV tested.
Note: PrograPrint Clean must be used in a fume cupboard. The instructions and notices in the operating instructions of the device must be observed.​


  • TÜV tested
  • Sturdy stainless steel construction
  • Holder for the PrograPrint Stage
  • Two cleaning containers for pre- and post-cleaning
  • Powerful magnetic stirrer with self-reversing mechanism

PrograPrint Cure

The PrograPrint Cure is a LED light-curing unit designed for curing printed objects. The unit is characterized by its high light intensity. Reflective coating distributes the light evenly inside the curing chamber and ensures that the printed objects are optimally illuminated.
The printed objects can be left on the build platform of the PrograPrint PR5 whilst they are being cured: The curing chamber offers sufficient space for both of them.
PrograPrint Cure provides a consistently high light intensity and can therefore also be used for curing light-curing lab composite, e.g. SR Nexco®. Pre-set curing programs provide a high level of user comfort. Users can also set up their own programs for other materials they may want to cure in the unit.


  • Spacious curing chamber
  • Easy operation via touchscreen
  • Optical status display
  • Suitable also for lab composites
  • Option for user-defined programs
3D printer - virtual installation

3D printer - virtual installation

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to experience the 3D PrograPrint PR5 printer through a virtual installation in your laboratory? The PrograPrint Augmented Reality (AR) application allows you to do just that. You can open the app directly in the browser of your smartphone or tablet. With the app open on your device, capture your surroundings and place the 3D printer as a virtual 3D object in that space.

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