Discussion in '3D Scanners' started by Lena, Feb 20, 2018.
Good news the pro is on the highway hopefully not to hell
still waiting to hear some results for scanning impressions
You can see 1000 reviews on facebook and internet
Software not the best, but improving.
Hardware is great for the money.
scanning impressions is just as good as any scanner
just as it is no add scans
3 times 4 markers not bad 1.4 and 2.3 micron standard deviation some wish they can do it on a single marker Lol. now i make my own fu.... print model
when are we expecting to see the software improve?
Software works fine.
It is just a little funky, but after a day or Two you will not think about it and get use to it.
I am just being picky. It's not bad.
its okay to be picky when talking about throwing around a few thousand dollars or more haha! i was just curious if they have been doing updates regularly or are planning routine updates to smooth out things in the software?
you cant throw a few thousand dollars out of the window you only can save a few comparing to others. last update was February with minor changes next is autum hopefully bigger and so on . Got everything done i had to do and EX and Pro were one off the best decisions i made in my dental life . If i remember right Exocad was and is not perfect after 8 years. Seen the last Valetta video to be honest so many options in submenues i dont need that shit i need a few more simple things but i am optimistic ill get them sooner or later .
I dont need 40 shortcuts or so i need only 3 mice bottoms a scanner is only a carousel making pics sharp with high acurracy keep things easy there are only 5-6 different scan situations its more which sticker you glue on.
As on implant work its just implant work but you have thousand options why choose at the beginning backword planning is the key.
so it needs some simplistic streamlining?
pulled the trigger out of a need for a scanner. looking forward to this little beast!
so far the DS-EX is . getting used to the workaround workflow im having to do for now...but will get exocad shortly and then im off to the races.
scanned an impression and milled a PMMA crown yesterday to see how it would fit the model. SPOT ON! perfect fit, margins, occlusion, everything. wowza, loving it. thanks @DMC
So it is connected with Exo DB? You don't need to export/import STL files, name them and on;ly then start modeling? I am thinking to buy one or two. Just I am confused if I really need to invest to DS 300 for implant cases. I see it got good repeatability from your GNOM calculations.
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