Max Printing Size：600*600*400mm
Rated Power Consumption：1.5KVA
First Tank Resin：about 240kg
Beam Size (diameter @1/e2)：0.075-0.8mm (Variable Beam)
Max Scanning Speed：15.0 m/s
Application: Orthopedic preoperative model, Orthopedic surgery guide, Orthodontics, medical teaching and educational models, therapeutic tools
The potential of Kings 600Pro medical 3D printers in health-care is vast. Models can be printed for teaching and educational purposes, as diagnostic aids, for treatment planning, or for therapeutic means etc. Tolerances of Kings 600Pro parts are typically less than 0.05 millimeters, making it an excellent choice when precision is your top priority. And delivering the smoothest surface finish of any additive manufacturing process.
Application Cases of Kings 600Pro in medical field
1. Orthopedic preoperative model
3D model is reconstructed according to the patient's CT / MRI data, and a 1:1 physical model help with disease diagnosis, preoperative surgical plan design, and preoperative surgical operation.
2. Orthopedic surgery guide
Kings 600Pro 3D printed Orthopedic models can be used to assist in the preoperative simulation of craniofacial surgery, which effectively helps with the three-dimensional reconstruction of soft tissue morphological structures, and the positioning, moving and rebuilding of complex three-dimensional structures such as skulls, jaws, and sacrum. Common examples include skull models, jaw models, and outer ear models.
High-precision dental model can be made through Kings 600Pro 3D printer, and personalized invisible braces for different patients can be produced accordingly.
4. Teaching and educational models
The models printed by Kings 600Pro SLA 3D printer convey a wealth of information that may be difficult to express in a standard anatomic drawing or a two-dimensional image such as a radiograph or CT/MRI slice. Complex anatomy can be shown to patients and their families by the referring physicians in a very tangible means which is less abstract to non-medically trained individuals than conventional imaging studies.
Models of normal anatomy can be utilized early in medical education similar to conventional skeletons in the anatomy lab and library. The relatively low cost of 3D printed models compared to commercially available models make them a viable option for budget conscious departments.
5. Therapeutic Tools
Orthotics and can be created quickly and inexpensively based on exact patient measurements and requirements. This is particularly useful in patients who are rapidly growing or in disease processes that evolve over time. In areas of the country or world that have limited access to commercial prosthetics and orthotics, a Kings 600Pro medical 3D printer offers otherwise impractical or impossible therapeutic options.