The new 3Shape Dental System 2017 provides sturdy and efficient CAD/CAM workflows for labs
3Shape, a global leader in 3D scanners and dental CAD/CAM software solutions, releases Dental System™ 2017 – the latest version of its industry leading CAD software for dental labs.
3Shape’s Dental System 2017 makes high quality CAD/CAM design and production faster, simpler and more dependable. The new Dental System introduces new treatment workflows and innovative technology that makes scanning even more efficient. 3Shape has enhanced the technician’s user experience through significant improvements to the core design tools. And the software architecture has been strengthened for increased reliability and performance.
?We’ve been listening a lot to our users and set up ways to work very closely with them during the development of Dental System 2017,? says Rune Fisker, VP of Dental Lab at 3Shape. ?The increasing amount of work in labs, together with the growing importance of CAD/CAM to realize this makes stability a number one priority. Ensuring stability in Dental System became our main goal. On top of this, we have improved workflow speed and added new and attractive features such as Smile Design,? concludes Rune Fisker.
3Shape Dental System 2017 highlights
Simplified and highly efficient workflows for single-arch denture production
Intelligent Adaptive Scanning rescans difficult areas and saves time
New Smile Design lets users quickly plan treatment and create highly esthetics designs
Smile Composer with improved initial anatomy placement for more control
Users can now go back to any step in the workflow while designing frame and anatomy cases
To get ongoing user feedback and ensure a highly reliable CAD/CAM software, 3Shape had its new Dental System 2017 tested thoroughly in more than 20 dental labs located in different countries before release.
?The new features in Dental System 2017 make it even easier to produce quality work with minimal effort,? says Sevan Pulurian, CAD/CAM Specialist at Pacific Dental Lab in Los Angeles who has been working with the new software.