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    Dwos 7.2, How do I create a custom Anatomy Kit?

    Discussion in 'Dental-CAD' started by nvarras7, Mar 9, 2018.

    1. nvarras7
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      nvarras7 Member Full Member

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      Newb here, so please forgive me. I've looked everywhere and can't find instructions, and getting frustrated.

      I have waxed up a custom anatomy kit and scanned it as stl files and can't figure out how to create a library!!!

      Any help would be appreciated!

      Nick
       
    2. JustDavid

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      Hi Nick,

      duplicate any library in the SW and rename it.
      Right-click > edit > highlight any tooth > on the right site import stl > position > adapt to waxup > finish.

      Only need to do half the arch the other will be generated automatically by the SW.

      Any questions easiest to click on the lifebelt/ring top icon row second from the right.
      That opens up the Software manual with a search field, type in anatomy editor and you'll get a picture step-by-step guide.

      Cheers
      David
       
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      nvarras7 Member Full Member

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      Thanks for the reply David, after writing the post I gave it a few hours more and figured it out. For some reason i couldn't understand the wording of the manual. Probably too little sleep lately, its been a busy week.
      I didn't know about the half arch thing, neat, cuts down on the work!
       
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      Glad to know it worked out.
      It's a shame Dental-Wings don't add anatomy kits proactively to their SW/Website, unless you reach out to them for your kits to be added to their website.

      They do have a few decent/new ones Venti created by their Italian Distributor.

      David
       

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