The Vida HD is a low cost, open architecture, easy to maintain and user friendly 3D printer. The Vida HD boasts a high resolution projector with custom UV optics and is especially well-suited for dental and jewelry applications.

Once a print job is preprocessed on a computer housing the Perfactory software suite, it is transferred to the machine via Ethernet or USB and can run independently without the need for continuous connection to the preprocessing computer.

The surface quality of the printed models allows for production with no signs of stairstepping. The 50 μm resolution of the Vida HD allows for outstanding surface finish and detail while the generous build size adds efficiency to dental and custom jewelry production.

Build Envelope

96 x 54 x 100 mm (3.78 x 2.13 x 3.94 in.)

XY Resolution

50 µm (0.002 in.)

Dynamic Voxel Resolution in Z

25 to 150 µm (0.001 to 0.006 in.)

Light Source

Industrial UV LED

Data Handling



1 year back to factory including parts and labor

System Properties

'- Compatible with leading dental, hearing aid and other professional design software – Any STL file of a model designed from an impression or a scanner can be printed – Capable of printing a wide variety of dental, orthodontic and hearing applications. – Changeover between materials is quick and easy with no waste. – Touchscreen and Wi-Fi capability enhance the user interface. – Very few moving parts guarantees a strong and reliable production system. – Footprint (L x W x H): 39.5 x 35.0 x 82.55 cm (15.55 x 13.75 x 32.5 in.) – Weight: 34 kg (75 lbs)'

Materials Available

'- E-Glass 2.0: Strong, clear material with flexible capabilities – E-Guide Tint: A biocompatible material for precision surgical drill guides used in surgery – EC500: A castable material with moderate levels of wax for 3D printing heavier jewelry pieces up to 20 grams finish weight – E-Dent 100: Dental crown and bridge dental material. – E-Guard: A biocompatible crystal clear material for accurate bite and night guards – E-Partial: A castable material specifically formulated for patterns with thin features and some flexibility, such as partial frameworks – EPIC: A low-wax 3D printing material ideal for professional retail and jewelry customers who require flexibility between large and small pieces – E-Shell® 200 Series: For hearing aid products, otoplastics, and medical devices – E-Shell® 300 Series: for applications in the Hearing Aid industries – E-Clear Series: Custom hearing device applications – E-Shell® 500 Series: Hearing Aid applications distinguished for soft durability – E-Shell® 3000 Series: for hearing aid industries, distinguished for rigidity and durability – E-Silicone: silicone otoplastics by additive manufacture – HTM 140 V2: High temperature molding material for non-metal masters – PIC 100 Series: A popular casting material, PIC 100 is ideal for printing jewelry, dental and other parts requiring exceptional detail and surface finish – Press-E-Cast: A wax-filled photopolymer material to 3D print castable parts with extreme dimensional accuracy and exceptional surface finish. – Q-View: Super-fast printing material for quick design verification models – E-Denstone: A material developed specifically for the rapid production of highly accurate, scannable dental models – E-Shell® 600: Hearing Aid applications distinguished for soft durability – RC Series: Ceramic-filled material for 3D printing very high resolution parts that are also tough and stiff – E-Model: Prototype and end-use model printing – E-Dent 400: Dental crown and bridge material – E-Gum: Creates flexible gingival masks for use in combination with 3D printed dental models. – E-IDB: Orthodontic indirect bonding trays – E-Denture: A biocompatible material for direct 3D printing of pink denture bases – E-Rigid PU: Polyurethane-like resin that 3D prints end-use and prototype parts that compete with injection molded plastics – E-Tool 2.0: A glass-filled photopolymer for 3D printing injection molds'


'- Jewelry – Dental – Hearing Aid'