1. Enter the required job setting information to scan the model and click Save & Scan to set up the scan strategy.
2. We will be using the flexible multi-die. All cases except for the occlusal scan can be scanned by using the flexible multi-die. Users can also perform various scan strategies using the flexible multi-die. Choose Flexible for Scan model type, Base for Align scan data, and click Confirm to proceed with scanning.
3. Insert the upper base model and click Next to set the scan depth. Click and drag the blue arrow to set the scan depth and click Confirm to start scanning.
4. Scanning of the upper base is complete. Rotate the scan data to check if additional scanning is required. You can Add Scan for areas which require more scan data.
5. Mark the tooth by clicking the corresponding tooth according to the tooth number which appear on the bottom left corner of the screen. Complete all the teeth and click Confirm.
6. Move to the lower base model. Place the model onto the flexible multi-die and ensure that the base model and prepared teeth are placed inside the guidelines of the flexible multi-die.
7. Place the lower base model into the scanner and click Auto Scan or Next. Set the scan depth for the lower base model and click Confirm to begin scanning. After scanning is complete, check the scan data to see if additional scans are required. If so, adjust the view angle so that the area appears on the screen and click Add Scan.
8. Mark the tooth by clicking the corresponding tooth according to the tooth number shown on the bottom left corner of the screen. Complete this process for the base model teeth as well as all the prepared teeth and click Confirm.
9. Place the articulator onto the scan jig. Use a screw jig when scanning the upper and lower base models together. Once the occlusal scan is complete, click the Next button to move to the Alignment stage.
10. For the upper base articulator alignment, choose the "1 point" or "3 points" manual alignment method. In this case, we will use the 1 point alignment method.
- Mark an alignment point on the maxilla and occlusal scan data respectively.
- The upper jaw alignment is complete.
11. To align the lower jaw, we will also use the "1 point" alignment as illustrated above. Check the data when alignment is complete.
- The lower jaw alignment is complete.
12. Click Next to begin merging the data.
13. The merging process is complete. Click Exit to save the scan data and exit the program.