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InEos X5 is your lab scanner which will revolutionize all your digitization tasks. InEos X5 was developed according to the highest quality standards for optical measuring systems. It has become established in the marketplace as the reference scanner. The inEos X5 ensures maximum accuracy for all digitization function of attention to the technician.
inEos X5: The most innovative scanner with the most excellent accuracy used to scan impressions
Modern dental laboratories inevitably have to deal with various digitalization tasks, often wrangling multiple pieces of equipment to achieve that. Fortunately, the inEos X5 – a new CAD/CAM scanner by Sirona – is capable of dealing with all your digitalization needs at once. Featuring an array of new functions and high precision, the inEos X5 is a beautiful device your dental lab needs right now.
Essential features of the inEos X5 include:
- High accuracy
- Automatic or manual operation options
- Impressive definition of depth
- Good-sized scan field
- Optimized workflow
- Universal holders for articulators and models
- And more
This set of remarkable features is bound to improve the workflow in your dental lab, allowing you to perform digital tasks efficiently, and helping increase the number of patients, your practice can take in. This means much more revenue for a relatively small investment!
When we say that the inEos X5 is capable of performing any possible digitalization task, we mean it! For example, with its help, you will be able to scan impressions and models of the entire jaw of any part of it, manually or automatically. Thanks to the large image field, the whole jaw can be captured with as little as five images, and a single image can process up to five teeth.
The manual scanning mode makes simple operations quicker, whereas the advanced automatic mode shortens the work time when it comes to complex tasks. The automatic mode also allows for data volume optimization and more efficient calculations, which our valuable customers highly appreciate.
Only the best technologies are utilized in the inEos XS camera. The optical system in this model is new and improved and uses the principle of the digital pattern projection. This means that the accuracy reaches less than 12 µm, and in combination with enhanced autofocus, the device is capable of producing high-quality scan data suitable for the most challenging procedures. Therefore, if your dental services include complex implant operations, you will most certainly benefit from purchasing the inEos X5 for such methods.
Best of all, the inEos X5 features intuitive controls and secure handling, which means all staff members will learn how to operate it in next to no time.
In summary, the new inEos X5 extraoral scanner combines the latest technological advancements with an extensive set of functions, covering all digitalization needs of dental facilities. Add an attractive price point to the picture – and there you have it, an ultimate affordable solution to improve the workflow in the dental lab and cut idle time for dental practitioners. Improved efficiency also means increased profits, which is another critical factor to consider when investing in dental imaging equipment.
The open-STL interface allows the inEos X5 to be used in combination with all standard, open CAM processing systems, such as Sirona inLab. Sirona inEos X5 is the most innovative scanner with a New revolutionary extraoral scanner for all digitization tasks. 5-axis scanner with a robot arm, creative model positioning, new scan technology, and open interface, highest accuracy, flexible handling, fast scan times, and a wide range of applications.
The inEos X5 is one of the most popular products from our range – and given its amazing features, this is not surprising. If you are looking for multifunctional and reliable CAD/CAM scanner that will cover all your digitalization needs, order today – you will not regret it.
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