In your case wouldn't it have to be a "medical" grade printer? Not to mention the quality of the resin.I see people here comparing the Prusa SL1 with the Peopoly Moia. I think I can speak to that. The Peopoly Moai is kind of a tinkerer's 3D printer and unless you are buying one already assembled from MatterHackers is a hit or miss system. This 3D printer only has a single Laser SLA as supposed to MSLA technology. Leveling the Moia can be very difficult to say the least and to get it to print precise part is also very difficult at first. I am hoping that the Prusa SLA gather all the existing technologies that currently exists and improve upon them. I am more interested in 3D printing for dentistry. I really need a printer that is precise and has a wide range of open resins. Hopefully the Slicer is user friendly and easy to use. That is key to what we do in dentistry. Looking forward to a great start. We need a workflow that doesn’t take too long to post cure and finish the printed parts. If anybody at Prusa is willing to work with me I will be more than glad to help out.
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