- Class IIa restorations*1 in less than 20 minutes.
- Disposable ready to use cartridges and the most user friendly interface.
- It is a safe system that involves the insertion of the cartridge and the automatic management of the material.
- The building volume allows to realise bridges up to 5 elements.
- Disposable cartridges: safe and clean system.
- Vs CAD/CAM milling systems: no dust, no coolant, no tooling, no noise.
- Material waste reduction.
- Easy UV curing with a dental curing UV light (not included).
- Compatible with most intraoral scanners and CAD/CAM systems of the dental sector.
- Compact, space-saving design.
- Stereolithography 3D printer
- Working Area: 47x18x40 mm
- OS: Windows 7 or higher
- Input Files format: .stl, .nauta, .fictor
- Machine Size: 300x300x307 mm
- Electrical Consumption: 160W
- Power Supply: 24V DC with AC 240 / 100V / 50-go Hz. external supplier included
LFAB is a groundbreaking 3D printer for the production of Class IIa restorations in less than 20 minutes. It was developed for dental labs and is provided with disposable ready to use cartridges.
TEMPORIS: the Certified Biocompatible Material for Restorations
Temporis® is a biocompatible material produced by DWS, developed for the 3D printing of Class IIa*1 restoration. The material has shown mechanical strength values that are comparable to a well-established hybrid composite resin restorative material.*2
• The materials is completely biocompatible and non-toxic.
• The restoration is produced in less than 20 minutes thanks to LFAB.
• Temporis® material can be layered with a light biocompatible compound
and personalized by using all types of composite staining kits.
LFAB's Further Applications*3
*1 The polymer is to be considered a long-term invasive medical device in Class IIa as provided for by the Rule 5, Annex IX, Dir. 93/42/EEC. USA market: Temporis is waiting for FDA approval.
- Dental Models
- Surgical Guides
- Direct Casting for Crowns and Bridges
*2 Alharbi, Nawal, Reham Osman, and Daniel Wismeijer. “Effects of build direction on the mechanical properties of 3D-printed complete coverage interim dental restorations.” The Journal of prosthetic dentistry 115.6 (2016): 760-767.
*3 The materials for these applications will be available soon.