FREE SCAN BODY STL Files for DESS TiBases and AngleBase

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DESS FREE scan body STL - Print it on any 3D printer.
They slide over the DESS straight ti bases and AngleBase ti bases.
To order please email us at [email protected] or call us anytime at 855 337 7872.
Email includes links to DESS library files for Exocad and 3Shape.
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Mike2

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This is nice, would these be used to wax on? Otherwise, they would work well to scan analog models as the size is better for smaller teeth areas. Does the library include file for printing a model that accepts the model analog?
 
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Hi Mike - I am not sure what you mean by used to wax on. You print them or you mill them and then they slide over and onto the ti base and are scanned and then you can remove them and reuse them (autoclave if using in the mouth and make sure it is a material suitable for the mouth of course). All of the DESS analogs are for digital models and they are one piece. All of these items can be purchased at www.dess-usa.com and we can email you the stl files and library for exocad and 3shape.
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Gru

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Does anyone have these .stl files? I have a Dess Ti base and Exo system, but didn't even realize until today this was possible. Being the weekend and in a hurry I can't call Dess for help.
 
Tunajoe

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So I have a couple of questions...
First, I'm working on a case where I need to offset some implants that are angulated about 15 degrees.
All my assorted Ti bases are Dess products, with the complete library downloaded and all types of scan bodies were purchased (intra oral, lab, and press/slide on)
I can't seem to find the angulated multi unit abutments in my downloaded library and I also can't seem to find the angulated Ti bases (the gold ones which use the special driver).
I was able to find the straight multi unit abutment and corresponding part.
I'm using a AG Motion 2 with their version of Exocad.
The software did have a pop up which said "only conical type abutments can be used" or something to that effect.

Please tell me what the abbreviations are in my library for what I'm looking for.
Thanks!
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Hi Tunajoe -
It is easier to explain this to you on the phone. Can you provide us your telephone number by emailing it to [email protected].
Which scan body are you using (since for scanning on top of multiunits we have either a desktop scan body or intraoral scan body. You cannot use the scan on ti base scan body as of yet for scanning on top of the multiunit.

The straight MUA is in the library file but not the angled multiunit abutment library. So what you have to do is insert an angled MUA into the model and then attach the MUA scan body and then scan to design this case. The library name is DESS Multi Aurum Base. If you need the latest file in the USA then click here- https://www.dess-usa.com/library-files/

I have also attached the library file guide to assist you further.

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