7Series scanner

Model and Impression Scanner

Featuring remarkable scanning versatility, speed and accuracy, plus a wide range of DWOS prosthetic design software applications.

7Series scanner

High scanning performance

Be it a single preparation, a full arch gypsum model or a triple-tray impression, the 7Series efficiently captures clinical data. It scans preparations with excellent marginal integrity, providing a precise fit for a wide variety of dental indications.

The scanning performance of the 7Series is the result of a combination of years of mechanical engineering experience with state-of-the-art technology components. The optical set-up, running with five axes of freedom and two high-speed cameras, gives access to a superior scanning volume (140 mm x 140 mm x 140 mm) with a high degree of accuracy. The scan chamber is large enough for fully articulated models.

Design-ready for several dental indications

The 7Series is ready for receiving digital impressions from dental clinics and for complete in-lab digital workflow. The system includes a versatile DWOS software package, enabling the dental technician to design crowns & bridges, partial frameworks, screw-retained bars & bridges, implant abutments, and more. Virtual models can be generated from impression scans and output for fabrication.

Highlights of the 7Series system

  • High-precision scanning of both models and impressions
  • An on-board computer with 64-bit processor
  • High productivity through automatic scan and design wizards
  • Automatic multi-die mode: up to 30 elements scanned and designed in 13 minutes, unattended
  • Easy clinic-to-lab or lab-to-outsourcing communication with DWOS Connect
  • SAM® SE articulator included
  • Certified by Straumann (CARES® plug-in), 3M ESPE (Lava™ Milling Centers) and Dentsply Implants (ATLANTIS™)

7Series software packages

Accessories — In addition to model and impression holders, the 7Series comes with an articulator and a 30-die holder.
Automatic multi-die mode — up to 30 elements scanned and designed in 13 minutes, unattended.
Automatic multi-die mode
Virtual articulator — For crown design, it highlights the occlusion contact zones and automatically proposes the required modifications.
Virtual articulator
Die extraction on a virtual model — With the included DWOS Model Builder application.
Die extraction on a virtual model
Full wax-up on screw-retained bar — With the included DWOS Implants application.
Full wax-up on screw-retained bar
Partial framework with tooth placement — With the included DWOS Partial Frameworks application.
Partial framework with tooth placement
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