Cure and Wash

Curing and washing steps are essential in resin printing for the material to fully harden and achieve its intended properties. Our Washing and Curing Station simplifies and streamlines post-processing.
UV02 UV Curing Machine


High-Speed UV Curing Machine

The UV02 stands as the critical final phase in the 3D printing workflow, specializes in professional dental resins, delivering rapid, precise UV light exposure for thorough curing in minutes.


AUTO Mode Ultrasonic Cleaning

The CD-X3 Ultrasonic Cleaner is a top-tier, single-button dental hygiene device. It employs advanced ultrasonic deoxygenation for unparalleled cleaning of various dental tools and models.
CD-X3 Ultrasonic Cleaning
CW01 Washing Curing


360° Washing and Curing Machine

Designed for both professionals and hobbyists, the CW01 aims to significantly improve your 3D printing experience, elevating project and production quality.

A Professional 3D Printing Solution for Dental

PioCreat’s range of 3D printing offerings is designed to fulfill the specific demands of both expansive dental laboratories and individual dental and orthodontic practices.

A Professional 3D Printing Solution for Dental


Post-curing refers to the process of exposing a freshly 3D-printed item to additional light and heat treatment. This treatment enhances the polymerization process, ensuring that the resin or other material used in the printing fully cures, hardens, and attains its desired mechanical properties.

Resin 3D printers use UV light to build models layer by layer from a vat of photosensitive liquid. When the print is finished, you’re left with a soft model still coated with resin that needs to be cleaned and fully cured with additional UV light.

Post-curing is an essential step, especially when working with biocompatible materials, such as certain Dental Resins. This process is crucial to achieve the highest level of strength and durability in the final print.

Typically, the time required for resin prints to cure varies based on several aspects like the print’s dimensions, Resin type and curing machine light intensity. However, PioCreat’s advanced curing machine can efficiently solidify standard-sized dental resin models in just 1 to 5 minutes.

There are several reasons why UV resin can be tacky after curing. One possible cause is inadequate curing time. If the resin is not exposed to enough UV light or if the light source is not strong enough, the resin may not fully cure, resulting in a tacky surface. Another reason for stickiness is that the surface of the model is not clean.

For the majority of UV curing processes, the optimal wavelengths typically fall within 385nm and 405nm, with the 405nm wavelength being widely acknowledged as the conventional go-to option.
Brittleness: Over-cured UV resin can become excessively hard and brittle, which may cause it to crack or break easily. Discoloration: UV resin that is cured for too long may develop a yellow or brownish tint, which can affect the clarity and appearance of the finished product.
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