3Shape D500 Dental Lab CAD Scanner with Computer
– Optimized Scanning: Quick, high resolution scanning of gypsum and impression models. Single die: 50 sec (55 sec) Full model: 100 se (115 sec)
– High Resolution: 2 cameras (3 axis movements), 1.3 Mega Pixels
Extremely Accurate: High accuracy: < 20 Microns
Dental System Standard: Covers all basic dental indications, including
copings, bridges, full contour crown and bridges, wax ups and
3Shape’s user-acclaimed 3D scanning for any lab
The D500 is designed to provide powerful 3D scanning for any
laboratory size and budget. With support for impression scanning
capabilities, the D500 represents one of the market’s most attractive
Your cost-efficient CAD/CAM soution
The D500 compact dental scanners are built on 3Shape’s leading
scanning technologies and come with the range of dental indications
provided in Dental SystemTM Standard.
Ensure your future with this upgradable scanner
The D500 scanner is upgradable to Dental System Premium for extending
the range of available indications and widening your business scope.
2 Cameras and 3-Axis Scanning
The D500 is built with 2 cameras with reduced angles, which is
required to effectively scan impressions and deep inlays. The scanner
employs a unique 2 cameras and 3-axis motion system, which results in
unrivaled accuracy in object geometry acquisition. The 2 cameras with
reduced angle enables the D500 to effectively scan complicated
geometries; areas where a single camera often will be blinded by the
cavity. Two cameras also improve general coverage and accuracy.
The impression scan can be applied directly in 3Shape DentalDesigner
like any gypsum model scan and sets new standards for system
applicability. In combination with DentalDesigner™ the new D500
scanner brings unprecedented scan-to completed design time to the
market for digital dentistry. attractive opportunities in terms of
manufacturing cost, model creation speed and quality.
The created virtual model – saved as STL – is sent to digital model
making machines, which are currently evolving rapidly, driven by
impression and intra oral scanners. Use either a 3D printer or a mill
to produce casting patterns, or a milling machine with zirconia blocks
to produce finished parts for direct implant. A physical model can
also be used to show the impression to the patient or dentist – to
initiate client and lab communication – especially when scanning in
the dentist’s office..