So I just got the Asiga Max printer to review and I have to say, this is a nice printer! The Asiga Max has a build plate that can fit about two models at a time with an XY resolution of about 67 microns which is certainly accurate enough for dies, and pretty much everything we do in dentistry. Working on a night guard on my assistant so we took images in CEREC Ortho opened and in CR. These leaf gauges can be purchased for about $5 on Ebay.
Scans exported in Ortho in basic STL export. This was done before I got my new camera, hence the powder.
If you haven’t bought Seth Reichenbach’s articulator you can purchase it at the link: https://sowl.co/OmN2n
Imported the files into Meshmixer and built the bases out until they touched the attachments then deleted the articulator arms. Imported into the Asiga Composer software and added supports. Printed in about an hour with their Ivory material. Keep in mind that Asiga cures at 380 nm not 405!
The articulator is an Itero articulator and you can get it for about $30 on Ebay and the parts just snap in. I found the arms that are 3d printed tend to break.