Customer Applications and Use Cases for NextDent 5100

Ideal dental labs and clinicians, the NextDent 5100 combines best-in-class speed and performance with a range of dental materials, advanced print technology and compatibility with leading dental software to transform dental workflows. It allows our customers to produce trays, models, surgical guides, dentures, orthodontic splints, crowns and bridges with enhanced speed, precision, efficiency and lower cost.

  • “3D Systems’ NextDent 5100 printer is an asset to improving the workflow in our full service laboratory. The wide range of available materials, easy print set-up and quick print turn-around allows us to run multiple print cycles and materials throughout the day which has dramatically improved productivity.”  

    - Kris Van Cleve
    President, Dental Prosthetic Services
    (Cedar Rapids, IA)

  • “The new NextDent 5100 fits the size and workflow of our lab perfectly. Through the choice of materials, quality, and speed of the system we can reduce our reliance on milling centers for manufacturing and reduce our costs. When we worked with a milling center to produce models, each one cost us $30. By employing the NextDent 5100 solution and producing the same model in-house we realized a 90% reduction in cost.”

    - Esteban Ponce
    President, Danso Dental Lab
    (San Diego, CA)

  • “For us 3D printing delivers freedom.  It’s the freedom to produce any shape in significantly less time and at much lower cost than was possible with milling. With 3D Systems’ new NextDent solution that includes both the printer and materials, Core3dcentres Holland and Cordent will be able to improve productivity and patient care.”

    - Sebastiaan Cornelissen
    Chief Executive Officer, Core3dcenters
    (Holland)

  • “The NextDent 5100 is the fastest dental 3D printer I’ve ever seen, with accuracy and precision that result in extremely fine ­­detail. I’ve also found it very simple to use. The 3D Sprint™ software is so robust - it handles objects that none of my other printers will accept. The post-processing is equally simple and straightforward.”

    -Adrienne Slevin
    Director of Education and Technology
    Dental Arts Laboratories (a NextDent 5100 beta test site)