I have played with the idea of going model-less. My original intend was to go model-less.Tried many ways in regards to getting my virtual articulation to match the relationship to physically mounted casts. No matter what I try I can not get an exact correlation between the two. Still trying to get a better correlation though. Right now if you wanted to model-less the clinician with spend more time adjusting the bite than if it was adjusted on mounted casts before sending out. This would not go well with my clients but maybe fly with yours. Adjusting the bite on my mounted casts average 7 minutes, not to bad in my mind.Long time lurker, first time posting,
Our lab has been digital for 6+ years in the fixed department, we are now expanding more digital into the removables department (my department) , looking for suggestions for a software to make splints, it needs to be able to incorporate an anterior ramp for posterior disclusion in excursions, hoping to possibly go model-less in the future. We have 3-shape software and scanners, 3 rolland mills, and a new formlabs printer, but open to all suggestions. what has been working for you guys? printing? milling? which software?