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No problem , just another cruel joke on us unwitting techs..
Use the slider bar to slowly move through the excursive/protrusive motions of the V.E.You cannot shift easily and slowly up to edge then watch come back to centrics from lateral protrusive??
I'm using exoplan, CBCT data matched to optical scan data.By the way anyone do surgical guides with EXOCAD, if so do you import the CBCT scan or X-Ray or just scan a model and wing it? Thanks!
It is pretty simple software to use however you need to be familiar with navigating CBCT data and very familiar with anatomy.So if I get the exoplan, is it a module? Then you import the dental scan from Trios or other IOS, and then import the CBCT scan from surgeon or whomever does it? The CBCT scan, is it a .stl, do you have to manipulate it at all? Youtube video made it look very simple? Thanks!
Hey Mike, I know this is a bit late, but what's the error you're getting? Implant companies have a hard time getting their ducks in a row for Exocad. They still call them DME's. If the error message mentions "unexpected tag Analog" or something, that means they dumped the model creator implant library into your base one. Generally this is the most common. Without seeing it I cant be 100% sure. If you can follow which library it mentions, you can edit the .xml file and see if it has an analog tag; if so, move that implant folder into the modelcreator/implants folder instead.I had Straumann put there Library into my EXO and then I started to get error messages(something with the purebase...). I spoke with my reseller and he mentioned there is a error in the library programming language(xml??) He found a different source for the library so I don't get a error message every time I open Matera up to design. "Just saying"
As always when contacted, Straumann claimed no problems just go about your way and ignore it? The tech I spoke with sent it to level 2? Germany? They are the persons who said to just ignore it?
it is possible to start and torque a CC screw without having the abutment in position (off hex) or engaged. the abutment itself acts as a wedge and splits the implant, if you inspect the abutment interface, you will likely see dents on the flat side of the interface. I've seen this twice and suspect this is the reason. Compare it to BL or BLX, the interface engages before the screw does.Looking to hear from any experts for this. My favorite acct. called needed a screw for Nobel Active RP. He grabbed one from a collegue before I could get back to him. When he took out the old screw that had loosened 2 times he found a shattered implant. Any ideas how that would happen?
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