Pro3Dure GR-10: certified 3D printing resin for surgical guides


Certified biocompatible dental 3D printing resin designed for surgical guides and splints. Occlusal splints molded with GR-10 meet the highest aesthetic demands and follow standards in terms of fracture stability. Available in the version for 3D printers that emit light at 405 nm and 385 nm



Pro3dure GR-10 guide is a CERTIFIED biocompatible 3D printing resin, which has been developed for the production of surgical guides and splints. La in combination with exceptional clarity and highest UV-stability allows you to insert the drill sleeves effortlessly and offers you optimal control during surgery. GR-10 occlusal splints fulfil ll the highest demands on aesthetics and define the standard for 3D printed splints in terms of breaking stability.

Pro3dure generative resin GR-10 guide biocompatible 3D printing resin is a resin for the generative production of dental objects based on image projection systems. The formulation
of GR-10 guide is optimized for the requirements of a robust production guaranteeing constant high quality. The GR-10 guide is successfully tested and certified for biocompatibility, certainly meets all mechanical and application demands. The material can be used for build processes with layer thicknesses from 25 up to 100 μm.



Technical data

 Colour clear transparent 
 Density:  ca. 1.1 g/ml
 Viscosity  ca. 0,7 Pa s
 Elastic modulus  ca. 600 MPa
 Flexual strength  ca. 50 MPa
 Elongation at break    ca. 20 %
Post cured
on postcuring unit)
Elastic modulus ca. 1700 MPa
Flexual strength ca. 90 MPa
Elongation at break   ca. 10 %
Hardness: ca. 80 Shore D
Storage between 64°F/18°C and 83°F/28°C
Package 1 kg
Typology 405 nm
  385 nm



 Property Requirement  Result Standard
 Flexural strenght    ≥50 MPa        64 MPa  ISO20795-2**
 Flexural modulus   ≥1500 MPa   1584 MPa  ISO20795-2**
 Flexural Strenght   ≥80 MPa   93.MPa  ISO 178
 Flexural modulus   ≥1600 MPa  2121 MPa  ISO 178
Elongation at Break n.a./n.a.*  10%  ISO 178
Solubility ≤ 5 µg mm¯³ 1,4 µg mm¯³ ISO20795-2
Water Uptake ≤ 35 µg mm¯³ 24 µg mm¯³ ISO20795-2
Shore Hardness n.a./n.a.* 80D ISO 7619-1
Viscosity (23°C) n.a./n.a.* 0,7 Pa s DIN 53019-1
Biocompatibility Irritation and delayed allergies comply ISO 10993-10
Biocompatibility Genotoxicity, Carcinogenity and Reproductive toxicity comply ISO 10993-3
Biocompatibility Sustemic toxicity comply ISO 10993-11
Biocompatibility Citotoxicity comply ISO 10993-5

How to use

  • GR-10 guide bottles should be well shaked before use (fig 1).

  • Make sure that GR-10 guide material is temperature adjusted up to 23 °C to 30 °C.

  • Carefully pour GR-10 guide into the vat of the image projection unit (fig 2).

  • Bubbles can be removed with a cleaned spatula or by a recoater routine.

  • If it is possible, always store a bottle GR-10 guide in your production unit in order to avoid temperature differences during refilling.

  • For the build parameter adjustment please refer to the machine data sheet.

  • After the build process is finished a direct post treatment is recommended.

  • If this cannot be guaranteed leave the produced objects in the liquid GR-10 guide resin.

  • After cleaning of the parts with isopropanole ≥ 97 % (approx. 3-5 min. in an ultrasonic bath) the objects are postcured in an adequate light curing unit in a protective gas atmosphere.

  • The dental objects generated out of the generative resin GR-10 guide can be coated and repaired as usual.

  • Impurity due to operation mistakes cannot be excluded. With respect to the low viscosity of the resin it is possible to filtrate the GR-10 guide.

  • It is recommended to filtrate and stir up the resin on a regular base (fig 3). To avoid bubbles let GR-10 guide rest for 1 hour before usage.


  • To avoid detrimental effects on material quality do not expose the liquid
    material to irradiation under any circumstances.

  • Deviations from the described manufacturing process may lead to different
    mechanical and optical properties of the GR-10 guide material.

  • Ensure personal protective gear during processing.

  • Caution: Polymerised resins are chemically resistant –
    avoid stains on clothing!

  • Avoid any contact with skin and eyes. In case of accidental contact, rinse
    with adequate running water, consulting a doctor if necessary.

  • The lot number and the best before date are indicated on each GR-10 guide
    packaging. In case of claims please always indicate the lot number of the product.

  • Do not use the product after expiry of the best before date.





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Safety notice

The company I.D.M di Marin Davide is not a manufacturer of medical materials or devices. The material sold on this site is neither produced nor controlled by the company I.D.M. di Marin Davide, who in no case can be held responsible for any damage caused by use or application of the material, which must only be used on suitable machines and by specialized personnel, exclusively for the purpose indicated, according to the manufacturer’s instructions. For resins with European certification, the properties of the finished product vary according to the entire printing and post-curing process; refer to the manufacturer for any information about it.


Additional information

Weight 1.5 kg
Dimensions 10 × 10 × 30 cm

405 nm, 385 nm


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