Medit T500 Dental 3D Scanner
Medit T500 is a very fast, precise, and high-quality all-in-one lab scanner. It is an open type scanner that enables to export files in an open STL format. The high-resolution cameras allow the scanner to capture more details. The Medit T500 automatically takes double-sided impression scans and aligns data in order to produce a complete 3D file ready for design.
Medit T500 Dental 3D can be used to quickly and easily generate high-quality 3D data in the open STL and OBJ format, increasing your productivity and efficiency.
Medit T500 is designed to provide high-quality scan data for any application and any sized lab. Identica T500’s user-friendly software gives users the ability to finish scans quickly and easily. Scanning with Identica T500’s specialized impression scanning feature makes it possible to save a significant amount of time – up to one day in some cases
What’s new in T-series? – Everyone’s invited.
We designed Identica T-series to meet all of your needs. With a powerful scan engine and affordable pricing, the new Identica T-series is a perfect fit for both performance enthusiasts and entry-level users. Its evolutionary design and high-tech features will help your lab rediscover productivity. Bundled colLab 2017 scan software makes scan data processing easy and efficient
Speed up scanning – Stay top-of-the-line
Medit T500 Dental 3D Identica T500 offers a fast scan engine and a highly efficient software algorithm. With the high-speed camera and projector, you can scan a full arch in just 12 seconds, and eight dies within 19 seconds. The flexible multi-die shortens the scanning process and increases work efficiency. The advanced, high-speed positioning system of the new T-series is designed for optimal performance for your laboratory. You can make more restoration in a day and you have high productivity.
The dental industry’s fastest lab scanner
With the T500, you can scan a full arch within 12 seconds or eight dies within 19 seconds
Speed up your workflow by scanning full arch or partials with dies simultaneously. You can complete your work with
reduced scanning steps.
Next-generation impression scanning
Conceived with ‘fully automatic impression scanning’ in mind, the Identica Hybrid gained its reputation as a scanner optimized for impression scanning. For the next generation of scanners, our engineering team set out to increase our impression scanning capability with higher resolution cameras, advanced software algorithms and new software tools to bring you our best and most productive impression scanner ever.
With our impression scanning capability, in many cases, there will be no need to make a plaster model. You can simply scan the impression immediately upon arrival in the lab and begin designing.
Having the option to skip the model making process can save you valuable time and money since there is no need for stone casts or removable dies.
Automatic impression scanning – 3 axis arm + auto double-sided impression
The 3-axis impression arm of the T-series will automatically scan both sides of an impression, allowing you to take an auto double-sided impression scan in one step.
Proven accurate impression data
Impression scanning has not become mainstream due to the lack of precision in the scanning process. Model scanning has always been more accurate. However, with Identica, we can provide the same level of accuracy in both model and impression scanning using the optimized scanning paths for impression scans. Speed up your workflow without compromising precision.
Scanning implant position from an impression
Medit T500 Dental 3D Using an implant analog-type scan body, the system can get the patient’s oral model and implant position without making the plaster model from the implant impression.
Importing and exporting STL in any scan step
Accuracy of the scanner is where it all starts in CAD/CAM
You can use the STL data that you already have in any scan step, such as a diagnostic model or a stock abutment. In addition, if you need an STL file of the occlusal scan data, you can extract it by using the export function in colLab scan software.
Advantages of Medit T500:
- Blue LED Light technology
- 2x2MP cameras
- Scanning texture and color
- Accuracy <7μm
- Exceptional scanning speed – complete dental arc in 12 seconds and 8 dies in just 19 seconds
- Open STL format
- 3-axis duplex scanning
- The possibility of scanning the model in the articulator
- The ability to scan a print
- Flexible Multi die with anti-slip surface allows scanning of models and dies in 1 phase
- Ergonomic design
- Scanning software
- No annual fees
- 12-second full arch scan
- Full-size articulator support
- 3 axis impression scanning
- True life color capture
Specifications of the Medit Identica T500 Scanner:
- Scan volume: 90mm x 72mm x 60mm
- Scanning principle: Phase-shifting optical triangulation
- Dimensions: 290mm x 290mm x 340mm
- Scanning of impressions: 3-axis automatic
- Weight: 12kg
- Light source: Blue LED
- Connectivity: USB 3.0 B type
- Scan speed: 12 sec (full arch)
- Touch sensor: Included
- 3-axis print arm: Optional
- Multi-Die Flexible: Included
- Color texture scanning module: Included
- Articulator module: Included
- Jig 2-axis manual module: Not available
- Articulator plate: Optional
- KAS jig: Optional
- Power: AC 100 ~ 240V, 50 ~ 60Hz
- Warranty: 2 years
The Medit i500 is one of the latest newcomers on the intraoral scanner market. It touts itself as the ‘easy entry into digital dentistry’ and is one of the most affordable when compared to other scanners from big names such as 3Shape, CEREC, Carestream Dental, Planmeca etc. It may be affordable, but does it deliver in terms of performance?
A crucial distinction to make when compared to the CEREC, 3Shape and Planmeca scanners, is that these systems offer a complete CAD/CAM workflow with associated design software and CAD integration through their chairside software. The Medit i500 is just a scanner. It has no associated design software, and on its own, it is only used to scan and export scans. If you are looking to scan and send to labs, this may be exactly what you are after. However, if you want to carry out the entire digital workflow in-house (which we recommend), then you will need to investigate and learn about third party mills and CAD design software such as Exocad.