Discussion in 'sirona, implant planning, ortho, other software' started by denticious, Mar 23, 2015.
I liked Maestro3d when I was using it. Pretty easy to learn and not too many bugs.
What about a printer to manufacture them in house?
Not me Hombre, farm out the prints. I don't have time to wrestle with a printer daily.
try asiga, kulzer, rapidshape, envisiontec, americans already doing good ones.... yeah it takes to wrestle them
Did anyone use Bluesky Bio orto for moving teeth? It's currently free
I have used it, its ok but I do have maestro and its far better, But Bluesky is pay as you go...others will be soon too.
FYI The 3 Shape software for Clear Aligners is limited and tedious in my opinion. However they advertise it as amazing....
that time not the burner but better than meshmixer
What about vacuum forming machine, does anyone have suggestions?
Erkodent Ci motion, you don't need compressed air installation.
New to the group. Read a lot about the software. Does it have inter proximal collision feature.
Formlabs Form2 printers are great and cheap.
What can you say about SprintRay Moonray S 3D printer? Does anyone use it for making aligners? How is it?
We have a SprintRay Moonray S to test some resins. It is a small printer similar to Formlabs Form2. To print aligner models, you will need a faster machine.
Do you know the aligner designer 3D software DELTAFACE (http://www.deltaface.com) ?
No I haven’t but I recently used OrthUp from C4W and I was surprised how automated it was, very few clicks per case. Also it is unique as it allows you to load an updated model of the actual condition mid treatment and it will alter the remainder of the steps to still arrive at the same objective without starting over.
Yes C4W is also a French company. We will also add this functionality. Our technique is rather to bring the teeth into the planned treatment plan by inserting a few aligners.
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