Impression & Model Scanners
7Series (Dental Wings)Dental model and impression scanner
High scanning performance
Be it a single preparation, a full arch gypsum model or a triple-tray impression, the 7Series efficiently captures clinical data. It scans preparations with excellent marginal integrity, providing precise fit for a wide variety of dental indications.
The scanning performance of the 7Series 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.
Design-ready for several dental indications
The 7Series 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.
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3Series (Dental Wings)Dental model scanner
A customizable and affordable lab system
The 3Series is an entry level plaster model scanner delivered with the DWOS crown and bridge application as basic configuration. It offers the ultimate flexibility for the lab wishing to embrace CAD/CAM technology at its own pace, while keeping costs to a minimum. As the business grows and requirements expand, complementary applications can be installed as needed.
Optimal scanning technology
The 3Series scanner is a compact device with cutting-edge technology for desktop use. Powered by a 64-bit processor and a high-speed measuring camera, it rapidly produces high quality scans of full arch models and wax-ups within a 90 mm x 90 mm x 90 mm chamber.
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iSeries (Dental Wings)Dental impression scanner
Optimized scanning technology
The scanning technology of the iSeries was optimized to address the varied constraints encountered when scanning impressions, including cases with deep narrow pockets that are frequently found with lower anteriors. The scanner features a powerful onboard computer, two sophisticated on board-measuring cameras placed at complementary angles, five axes of movement and a live video camera for preview.
In-clinic impression scanning: the easiest way to go digital
Thanks to its ease of use, the iSeries allows anyone on the dental team to quickly digitize traditional impressions. Once the scan is completed, data are automatically transmitted to the DWOS Connect enabled laboratory of choice. Within seconds the lab has in its possession all the clinical information needed to fabricate the prescribed restorations. The process could not be simpler, it is as easy as sending an email. In-clinic digital design is also possible by installing DWOS CAD applications on the iSeries PC. Thanks to the DWOS open file STL output, a large variety of in-clinic manufacturing options are accessible.
In-lab impression scanning: faster turnaround
Laboratories can definitely benefit from direct impression scanning rather than scanning a plaster model. The impression scan can be done as soon as the impression arrives in the lab allowing the prosthetic design work to start immediately. If the technician desires a model, it can still be poured conventionally, milled, or 3D printed using DWOS Rapid Prototyping.
Benefits of chair-side impression scanning