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SISMA EVERES 3D printing resins.

Our range of 3D printing resins intended for the dental sector.

The ample range of materials available enables the production of models and flexible parts for dental models, the manufacturing of customized trays, the use of fusible resins, up to biocompatible Class I and IIa resins for manufacturing prosthetic bases, surgical guides, splints and temporary elements.


27 Feb 2020

EVERES DENTAL CAST, for impeccable casting models.

With its characteristic red-transparent color, low viscosity and high structural strength after printing, EVERES DENTAL CAST is the perfect choice for creating casting models, even in the presence of delicate support structures.

EVERES DENTAL CAST is a meltable resin that allows for the direct transfer of digitally shaped forms onto metal alloy, saving considerable time and material in contrast to conventional procedures, while preventing the simultaneous printing of multiple parts and the use of silicone duplication molds.


EVERES DENTAL MODEL, high precision dental molding.

Resin for the realization of dental masters. EVERES DENTAL MODEL offers high resolution and precision with a smooth surface finishing. The dimensional shrinkage is greatly reduced during printing and post-curing, allowing an accurate modeling to produce perfect dental elements. EVERES DENTAL MODEL is an excellent choice for modeling due to its resolution, strength and opacity that also helps during the scanning process. Its strong temperature resistance without deformation makes it ideal for "vacuum forming" processes.


EVERES DENTURE produces resistant and stable prosthetic bases.

EVERES DENTURE is a Class IIa (CE) biocompatible medical device, specifically designed to conveniently produce prosthetic bases using 3D printing. This particular resin is superior to the classical prosthesis resin in terms of mechanical resistance, and allows the technician to customise the prosthesis' base with the help of the two translucent colours available. The material resists in the oral cavity and has no taste.


EVERES GINGIVA FLEX-MASK, create masks for gingival models.

EVERES GINGIVA FLEX-MASK resin has been developed for creating soft gingival masks through 3D printing. The soft material and color of EVERES GINGIVA FLEX-MASK resembles the color tones and the smooth consistency of human gingiva, which enables dental technicians to create aesthetic prostheses.


EVERES SELF HIDING, the best surface quality.

EVERES SELF HIDING is a transversal resin suitable for the jewelry, dental and industrial markets. Thanks to its high self-hiding capability, it guarantees an exceptional surface quality. With its matt appearance and its temperature resistance, this resin is the ideal choice for vulcanization applications in jewelry and industrial manufacturing, as well as for the production of dental models. EVERES SELF HIDING provides high surface quality and high dimensional stability to any model.


EVERES TEMPORARY, create temporary dental bridges and crowns.

EVERES TEMPORARY is a biocompatible certified Class-IIA resin, ideal for building EVERES TEMPORARY dental bridges and crowns.

Structures made from EVERES TEMPORARY have an ideal fit and a good and particularly polished surface finish, which allows for customized coloration. Dimensional stability and resistance assure the patient will have a solid and accurate fit.


EVERES TRAY, for translucent individual impression spoons with high elongation capacity at break.

EVERES TRAY is a Class I (CE) biocompatible resin developed and optimised in terms of mechanics, polymerisation behaviour and appearance for 3D printing of individual impression spoons.

In this resin, the depth of polymerisation is perfectly adapted to the process, which can thus be achieved at high speed. The thin inhibition layer also ensures the best possible polymerisation of the silicone impression material to be used later. The high elongation capacity at break, together with the translucency of the 3D printed component, allows the practitioner to have control at all times during the process of acquiring impressions and when removing the spoon from the mouth.

More information are available on site Pav. 8 Stand 8B18 or click here.