Custom abutments and 14-unit implant supported bridge case

Discussion in '3D Scanners' started by Glenn K., Mar 29, 2016.

  1. Glenn K.

    Glenn K. Moderator Staff Member

    March 29, 2016

    Medit's new and most advanced scanner the Identica Hybrid is the market leader for digital dentistry and is fast, accurate and reliable.

    At Medit we understand the most crucial thing for any laboratory owner is the precision, speed, usability and efficiency of the initial step of scanning when making any restoration. In this respect the Identica Hybrid is designed to accommodate all of the user's needs.

    Below is a custom abutments and 14-unit implant supported bridge case, made (Click to continue)


    http://meditblog.com/blog/2016/3/29/custom-abutments-and-14-unit-implant-supported-bridge-case
     
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  2. Sam

    Sam New Member

    hello i want to know how was the impression taken for this case. was it closed tray or open tray.
     
    Last edited: Apr 7, 2016
  3. 2000markpeters

    2000markpeters Active Member

    who sells Medit in Canada?
     
  4. texocad

    texocad Well-Known Member

    So since this is an official press release from Medit, did anyone review the article for accuracy .......spell check?
     
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  5. Glenn K.

    Glenn K. Moderator Staff Member

    "hello i want to know how was the impression taken for this case. wax it closed tray or open tray."
    Hi Sam, I will try to find details regarding the impression for that case.

    "who sells Medit in Canada?"
    Hi Mark, can you tell me what region of Canada you are in? East, Central, West? Medit dealers will be exhibiting at the Technorama show this week (April 8th-9th). Are you planning to attend?
    http://diac.ca/technorama/

    "So since this is an official press release from Medit, did anyone review the article for accuracy .......spell check?"
    Hi (howdy) Texocad. If the writer is anything like me they proofed it six ways to Sunday and STILL missed the typos! I sent an email asking them to look at it again.
     
  6. 2000markpeters

    2000markpeters Active Member

    Im in Toronto
     
  7. Glenn K.

    Glenn K. Moderator Staff Member

    I sent you a message with contact info for your local Medit dealer.

    -Glenn
     
  8. texocad

    texocad Well-Known Member

    No biggie... I'm just being a... PITA. :D
     
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  9. Glenn K.

    Glenn K. Moderator Staff Member

    Hello Sam, I was not able to confirm if the tray used was open or closed. If it was closed then the wax would need to be sprayed with scan spray to capture the data correctly. This would be true with any scanner. Please let me know if this answers your question.

    There was a good discussion about scan sprays on the DLN forum: http://dentallabnetwork.com/forums/threads/spray-for-cad.8933/
     
  10. Glenn K.

    Glenn K. Moderator Staff Member

    Typos have been fixed. If you spot any others feel free to let me know.
     
  11. Oiyab

    Oiyab Active Member

    I think there's a DAL DT Technologies lab in Ottawa or Hull that sells the Medit scanner.
     
  12. texocad

    texocad Well-Known Member


    Huh?
     
  13. cadfan

    cadfan Moderator Staff Member

    Hi Glenn when do we see sharp scans from the Medits you still work on it ?? Does anybody with knowlege look at the videos as you know i am near the danish border i hear them always .... ing ?!
    When do we see your guarantee in real data ??? or do you go the same way as with the SE the 10 microns still fly away ???
     
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  14. Glenn K.

    Glenn K. Moderator Staff Member

  15. cadfan

    cadfan Moderator Staff Member

    Last edited: Apr 6, 2016
  16. cadfan

    cadfan Moderator Staff Member

    For Glenn the difference btw standard deviation here about 8 my and point deviation see scale its one of your scanners.


    Deviation.jpg
     
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  17. BukakiYourMom

    BukakiYourMom BukakiMyMom

    Guys,
    Lets be honest. ISO standards for dental scanner accuracy are sh*t and they do not give needed information for us as prosthesis producers.
    I heard about idea to standardize accuracy measurement for dental scanners .... 4 years ago...
    to measure 3 unit bridge size object or to scan a "brick" few times and calculate dimensional distortion to get some kind of result for repeat-ability....
    I think producers are afraid that lots of optical scanners will prove them self outdated or model series will look the same and the price will be as it is one of the most driving moments.
     
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  18. BukakiYourMom

    BukakiYourMom BukakiMyMom

    Try scanning titanium base with five different optical scanners.
    You will be blown away that in top ten list you will find super expensive sort of 3shape D900 or some old cheap optical shoe box shaped crap scanners with good needed details for such case :)
     
  19. BukakiYourMom

    BukakiYourMom BukakiMyMom

    P.S. For posting info that scanner is good to do monolith screw retained construction it should be made tests of implant position registration with at least 6 implant supra structure case with few kinds of scan markers.... not this small two pylon shaped dildos sticking out... its not what we scan everyday in the lab.
    Show us the truth!

    By the way I find myself identica blue pretty good well priced gadget. Could be better but well ;)
     

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