Impression scan with a stone model

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doflab0070

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Deep or narrow areas of an impression are sometimes difficult to scan.
In this case, make a plaster model of the deep and narrow areas, scan the model, and merge data with the impression scan data.
Scan the deep and narrow areas perfectly with DOF's 'Incorporate stone model data' function.
If you click the photo below, you can see the video clip about impression scan with a stone model!!

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2thm8kr

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if youre scanning a stone model, why bother with the extra impression scan?
The impression scan can be inverted to merge with the stone model scan. This make a solid mesh from the two scans.
Think of post and core cases.
 
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The impression scan can be inverted to merge with the stone model scan. This make a solid mesh from the two scans.
Think of post and core cases.
ok that makes sense. for the one post and core ive done in the past 5 years.
 
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if youre scanning a stone model, why bother with the extra impression scan?
You don't need to make whole stone model, making stone model of one teeth needs more data is enough. If you click the photo, you can see the video clip. I think you will understand with the video clip.
 
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