T310 /T510/T710 3D Scanners

Power, Speed and Versatility for your Lab. 

Introducing the New and Improved T-Series Lab Scanners

The design of the T-Series lab scanners.The result is a sleek and sophisticated dental scannerwhich not only does its work well, but in style.

5 Good reasons to choose Medit T-­Series .

Speed up scanning – Stay top-­of-­the-line

Medit desktop scanners offers a fast scan engine and highly efficient software algorithm. With its high­speed camera and projector, you can scan a full arch in just seconds. The flexible multi­die shortens the scanning process and increases work efficiency. The advanced, highspeed positioning system of the new T-­Series is designed for optimal performance for your laboratory. You can make more restorations in a day and increase your productivity.

The dental industry’s fastest lab scanner
The Medit T710 desktop scanner can produce a full-arch scan in just 8 seconds.

Advanced data processing and high-­resolution cameras

The Medit T-Series has revolutionized data precision with state­-of­-the­-art software technology, high-­resolution cameras and blue light scanning technology. The latest software technology provides you with the cleanest and sharpest data. It introduces an advanced new camera system with 5.0 MP resolution, offering the best performance and scan data quality ever with Medit scanners. For the ultimate scan data quality, our new T­-Series presents brilliance of clarity for your work. Medit T-Series will save you precious time and money by minimizing trial & error to adjust restoration fits.

T­Series scan data
The T710, with its new four 5.0MP-resolution cameras system and blue-light scanning technology, ensures your models and impressions are fully scanned, eliminating all blind spots

Accuracy of the scanner is where it all starts in CAD/CAM

The most demanding bridges, implants and bar designs require the highest accuracy. Using state-­of-­the­-art blue light scanning technology, the T­-Series is able to capture the highest­ quality scans with high accuracy.

ISO 12836 specifies test methods for the assessment of the accuracy of digitizing devices for computer-­aided design/computer-­aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) systems for indirect dental restorations. ISO (the International Organization for Standardization) is a worldwide federation of national standards bodies.

ANSI/ADA Standard No. 132
Scanning Accuracy of Dental Chairside and Laboratory CAD/CAM Systems describes test methods used to evaluate the repeatability, reproducibility and accuracy of dental devices for 3­D metrology. The standard is applicable to dental chairside and dental laboratory CAD/CAM manufacturing systems. The not-­for-­profit American Dental Association is the nation's largest dental association, representing more than 161,000 dentist members.

VDI 2634
Defines acceptance and reverification tests as well as artifacts for the evaluation of graphical optical 3­D measuring systems with planar measurement regarding its accuracy. It is valid for optical 3­D measuring systems with planar measurement, which works according to the triangulation principle. The VDI is the largest engineering association in Germany. As the third largest standards organization, VDI is also a partner in the German business community and scientific organizations.

Automated Impression Scanning

Conceived with ‘fully automatic impression scanning’ in mind, the Medit T-­Series has earned a reputation as a scanner optimized for impression scanning. For the next generation of scanners, our engineering team set out to increase our impression scanning capability with higher resolution cameras, advanced software algorithms, and new software tools to bring you our best and most productive impression scanner ever.

Model­free workflow
Our impression scanning capability eliminates the need to make a plaster model. You can simply scan the impression immediately upon arrival in the lab and begin designing.

Automatic impression scanning ­ 3 axis arm + auto double-sided impression
The 3­axis impression arm of T­-Series will automatically scan both sides of an impression, allowing you to take an auto double­sided impression scan in one step.

Proven accurate impression data
Impression scanning has not become mainstream due to the lack of precision in the scanning process. Model scanning has always been more accurate. However, Medit provides the same level of accuracy in both model and impression scanning using the optimized scanning paths for impression scans. In addition, it speeds up your workflow without compromising precision.

Evolved convenience of hardware and software for productivity

Flexible multi­die scanning
Improve your workflow by scanning full arch or partials with multiple dies simultaneously. Efficient work in fewer scanning steps.

Touch Sensor ­ Convenience at your fingertips
Medit's exclusive "click­less scanning workflow" is offered on the T500. Once your project is loaded, simply touch the scanner to start the scanning process. There is no need to touch the keyboard or mouse to start scanning.

Projector conservation mode
When the scanner is left on but not in use, scanner life is reduced and electricity is wasted. When the Medit scanner is not in use, the system automatically turns off the scan engine. As soon as it is needed, the projector automatically starts.

Most versatile virtual articulators integration

Full­size articulator scanning
To reproduce the exact occlusion orientation, nothing is better than scanning the occlusion in the articulator itself. The T­-Series has been designed to fit any articulator available on the market.

KAS jig, the smart 3­in­one jig
To use the KAVO, ARTEX or SAM articulators, KAS jig is the way to go. One jig supports all three.bNew MARK330 and BIOART A7+ virtual articulators added for the latest exocad version.

Integration with various CAD softwares
Medit T-­Series scan data can be used in a wide range of software, giving you design flexibility.