Discussion in '3D Scanners' started by biodentg, May 17, 2018.
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Do we have a Medit rep. here in this forum?
At least not in German!
Yes, I'm from the Medit mkting team!
Welcome rosa so you can answer all our technical questions and add a sample scan here via Dropbox or Googel drive THX
And I thought the Itero intraoral scanner was big.....
Thank you cadfan!
For tech questions, the fastest way is contacting us via our support form on our website. But of course, I will be here for helping to the best of my abilities! Remember, mkting, not a tech girl (but I can always escalate any request).
About the sample scan, we provide this info under request via our resellers. If you send me a private message with your contact information and your location it would be my pleasure to forward your request. Thx!
THX rosa thought we can do it the short way , activated the channels now we see
youre at Medit? very cool, hoping to get in touch with you folks about the i500 for clients
Hi Rosita I will pm you requesting a quote for some of my clients.
Welcome to this forum.
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The girls look when the dentist explains his new mouth dildos deep throat scanning mode - priceless..
really liking what im seeing and hearing about these i500 scanners. anyone had one in their hands yet?
Can anybody upload a Sample scan?
theres a handful of vids on youtube ive seen of live scanning. looks fast, simple, and pretty impressive for scan memory and data.
but i dont have any scans in lab yet
To be honest last video ive seen was not impressive a lot holes difficult to close what happened with it rosa ??? you still rule your sales
what video did you see? i watched a half dozen of them and it was fast and simple to close the few holes that were left
not to mention the scanner remembered where the scan picked up and filled in holes across the arch even after starting and stopping.
was a 12 minute video nothing skipped a lot holes around the gingiva and approx.
Hello! Sorry for my late reply! Of course I am not objective but... I think (and that is the feedback I get from the exhibitions I attended) that the i500 does a very good job at picking up the data. The scanner viewer is designed to show the data that you are actually capturing, no extrapolation of missing points, in order to assure that you are getting good quality data. In any new technology there is a learning curve, maybe the video that you saw is from someone that just started using the scanner?
For those who (wisely) don't believe in marketing words, I invite them to look for more videos or better to try the product!
A short clip of one of our trainers demonstrations: https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=2041646622768619 (it was before our last software update, now, even better!)
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