A versatile scanner model that covers all needs. It is suitable for scanning complete arches, dental impressions, single abutments, excelling in the design of complex dental restoration work such as bars and bridges, which require extremely high precision, as well as for orthodontic work. This device is essential for both dental laboratories and dental practices seeking the utmost precision in analog impression scanning.
Furthermore, there is a version of the scanning software specifically designed for capturing images of jewelry, stones, and small components of any kind.
Smart Impression Scanning
Smart Reduction of Triangles
Thanks to the 'Smart Triangles Reduction' technology, models are initially scanned at the highest resolution and accuracy and are subsequently decimated. This operation is completely automatic and transparent to the user, allowing for the preservation of essential details and triangle density, such as in tooth margin lines, while significantly reducing the size of the STL file.
Texture Color Superimposition
The 'Texture Superimposition' module is useful for creating models with an RGB color texture or a grayscale scale. This is particularly helpful in achieving extremely precise margin lines, as indicated in the model.
The registration of stumps is entirely automatic and enables the replacement of low-resolution stumps acquired with the arch with high-resolution stumps acquired without the arch. Additionally, the alignment of the maxillary and mandibular relationship is automatic and requires user assistance only in some cases for locating specific points.
Our choice to enclose the Maestro 3D scanner in a dedicated chassis, rather than leaving it completely open as is often seen today, reflects our company's philosophy. Our primary goal is to achieve the best results in terms of accuracy, precision, resolution, and repeatability in scanned 3D models.
The Maestro 3D system is based on advanced structured light technology. This technology involves the projection of special light fringes onto the object being scanned, while cameras capture hundreds of images in which algorithms identify the transition of fringes from white to black. In other words, it is necessary to precisely identify the edge of each light fringe, not just the fringe itself.
To achieve this sub-pixel level of precision, it is essential to have very high contrast between white and black. A completely open scanner would drastically reduce this contrast, as ambient light would influence the scene. Reduced contrast results in lower precision and accuracy. That's why we chose to protect the scanner with a closed chassis, eliminating any interference from ambient light.
The cameras used in the Maestro 3D scanner are monochrome. This choice is due to the algorithms that work with structured light or its variants, which seek the edge of each light fringe in the image. Therefore, a high contrast between white and black is essential, making the grayscale image perfect for recognition.
Working with color cameras would not only fail to contribute to recognition but also reduce the information available to the algorithm. This is because color cameras require sensor space to represent each pixel with three channels (Red, Green, Blue), while monochrome cameras use space only for grayscale representation.
Since a grayscale image is required to identify the edges of light fringes, a monochrome camera provides much more detail than a color camera. Even if we chose color cameras, we would still need to convert the image to grayscale through software, losing a lot of information.
The monochrome cameras in the Maestro 3D scanner benefit from white light, while the use of blue light or its variants would result in lower image contrast.
The projection of white light allows for the 100% use of RGB channels on the projector sensor, thereby achieving high brightness and contrast. On the other hand, using blue light or other variants would require the use of less intense channels, resulting in lower brightness and reduced contrast.
If the goal is to maximize precision, accuracy, and resolution in 3D scans, white light is the superior choice compared to blue light. Blue light may be preferred for scenic and entertainment purposes, but it is not suitable when seeking the highest scanning quality.
Maestro 3D is the best orthodontic software available on the market. With advanced features like bracket placement software, digital studio models, and rapid prototyping for dentistry, it offers an excellent experience to orthodontists.
Thanks to the 3D Scanner for jewelry and our high-quality Dental Scanner, Maestro 3D is also the ideal choice for jewelry and dentistry professionals.
Maestro 3D's orthodontic software is an industry leader and enables precise and efficient digital design of clear aligners. With CAD/CAM orthodontic support and the option for rapid prototyping in orthodontics, the results are always outstanding.
The guide for aligner production is made easy with our software, and dental aligner software solutions make the process smooth and fast. Digital creation of orthodontic appliances is a breeze with 3D modeling for dental aligners.
Direct 3D printing of clear aligners is an outstanding feature, as is the software for orthodontic correction. Advanced technology for aligners ensures high-quality results.
The software also offers precise design of expanders, with automatic aligner cutting further simplifying orthodontists' work. Ortho Studio Software and Dental Studio Software are highly reliable and comprehensive.
Digital bands and expanders, digital bite splints, and digital mouthguards are just some of the available options. AI-based automatic tooth segmentation and AI-based digital orthodontics put the software at the cutting edge.
The orthodontic treatment software is highly customizable and suitable for the specific needs of every professional. With AI-based digital dental aligners and AI software solutions for dental aligners, we are at the forefront of AI technology for orthodontic correction.
AI-based orthodontic planning offers a competitive advantage, and cloud-based dental aligner software allows unprecedented accessibility wherever you are. Cloud solutions for orthodontics and the web viewer for orthodontic cases further enhance the experience.