Dental model and impression scanner :
The “all-in-one” system, the 7DS features remarkable scanning versatility, speed and accuracy and comes with a wide range of prosthetic design applications.
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|File Format||STL and supported partners formats|
|No. of axes||5 axis : 3 rotative, 2 translative|
|Voltage||100-240 V AC / 50-60 Hz / 230 W|
|Certifications||CE, OHSA, Canada (SCC)|
|Display Ports||DVI, HDMI & VGA|
|Optical Technology||Class 1 laser product - 2 high-speed measuring cameras - 1 color video camera|
|Scanning volume||140 mm x 140 mm x 140 mm|
|Included Modules||PACK PRODUCTIVITY : DWOS Crown & bridge - DWOS Implant Prosthetics - DWOS Partial Frameworks - DWOS Model Builder|
|Optional Modules||PACK PRODUCTIVITY : DWOS Full Dentures - DWOS Bite Splints - DWOS Orthodontic Archiving|
|Embedded PC||Core i7, 16 GB memory 4GB of dedicated RAM graphic card Windows 7, 64 bits, 250 GB SSD|
|Included Accessories||Screen, keyboard, mouse - Multi-dies holder 30 copings - Model holder - Impression holder - Articulator - calibration kit|
|Scannable materials||Plaster, wax-up, silicone, alginates|
Be it a single preparation, a full arch gypsum model or a triple-tray impression, the 7DS efficiently captures clinical data. It scans preparations with excellent marginal integrity, providing precise fit for a wide variety of dental indications. Specifically for Screw Retained Bars and Bridges (SRBB), we have developed a certified scanning workflow.
The scanning performance of the 7DS is the result of a combination of years of mechanical engineering experience with state-of-the-art technology components. The optical set-up, running with five axes of freedom and two high-speed cameras, gives access to a superior scanning volume (140 mm x 140 mm x 140 mm) with a high degree of accuracy. The scan chamber is large enough for fully articulated models.
The 7DS is ready for receiving digital impressions from clinics and for complete in-lab digital workflow. As it includes a versatile DWOS software package, it enables the dental technician to design crowns & bridges, partial frameworks, screw-retained bars & bridges, implant abutments, and more. Virtual models can be generated from impression scans and output for fabrication.