DFAB Chairside - 3D Printing Revolution for the Dental Sector
DFAB technology was developed by DWS Systems with the primary goal of reducing the time and steps involved in the fabrication of crowns and bridges and restorations, and making their control easy and affordable even for users without in-depth, specific expertise.
DFAB Chairside is aimed at dentists who have an intraoral scanner and CAD software, work with minimally invasive techniques and perform at least 30 restorations per year. DFAB Chairside can fabricate single and implant-supported crowns, bridges, inlays and definitive translucent hybrid ceramic veneers in just a few simple steps with little time required.
Advantages of DFAB technology
✔ Permanent hybrid ceramic restorations in just one session.
✔ High precision and accuracy of fit of the restoration, repeatability of the process.
✔ Fabricates a bridge with up to 3 elements in less than 20 minutes
✔ Minimally invasive technology on natural teeth and implants
✔ Possibility to customize the restoration during fabrication
✔ Disposable cartridges for a clean and safe workflow
✔ Generates no dust, is silent and requires no maintenance, no tools or tool changes are necessary
✔ Ready for future materials made of zirconia
Features of the DFAB Chairside
✔ Compatible with all intraoral scanners and dental CAD/CAM systems
✔ Cloud connectivity to ensure traceability of materials
✔ Can produce up to 10 individual elements per cartridge
✔ All-in-one device with convenient, intuitive touchscreen controls
✔ Additive high-speed manufacturing system (TSLA, Tilting Stereolithography) incl. software
NAUTA PHOTOSHADE, which enables the reproduction of the natural tooth
Nauta Photoshade software
Photoshade is a system that, in the DFAB technology, allows the specific reproduction of the color of the patient's teeth in terms of pigmentation and color.
in terms of pigmentation and shade. In this way, the prosthesis acquires a realistic aesthetic appearance.
The user simply selects the desired shade gradient according to the choice of shade codes, e.g. A1 to A3.5, as well as the exact
position and width of the transitions. This process makes the DFAB method unique. This process takes place directly on the 3D printer's touch screen.
Thanks to the unique software, the user designs the restoration in real time, sends the file to the
the printer and obtains a realistic result in less than 20 minutes using TSLA (Tilting Stereolithography) technology.
This technology, protected by more than 120 patents, creates a continuous flow of material and allows the use of highly viscous materials such as ceramics.
For more information on the exact workflow from scan to finished prosthesis, click HERE.
Technology: Laser - TSLA
Print area: 50 x 20 x 40 mm
Laser source: Solid State BluEdge®
Resolution: 10-100 microns (depending on the type of material used)
Scanning method: Galvanometer
Software: Nauta Photoshade included
Formats: .stl, .nauta, .fictor
Dimensions: 480 x 480 x 1142 mm
Weight: 40 Kg
Operating temperatures: 15°- 25°C / 60%
Connection: 24V DC with AC 240/220V / 50-60 Hz external supplier included
Electrical Consumption: 200W
PC Requirements: Windows 8 or higher
Memory: RAM 4 GB*
Graphics card: OpenGL 2.0 or higher
Connections: 1 USB port
Connectivity: 1 Active internet connection
Workflow from intraoral scan to finished restoration