Product News in May 2020 Issue
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The compact design of the Mobile True Definition Scanner—including the smallest wand currently available—makes scanning fast, convenient, and comfortable for both clinicians and patients, according to the company. The low-cost scanner works solely on a tablet, enhancing its portability. Consistently clear, accurate images help illustrate treatment plans, which can easily be displayed for patients.
For more information, contact Midmark Corporation, 10170 Penny Lane, Suite 300, Miamisburg, OH 45342. (800) 643-6275; www.midmark.com.
Smartphone Camera Light
The Smart LED Ring Light attaches to a smartphone to fully illuminate close-up photographs and eliminate shadows, according to the manufacturer. A Bluetooth handgrip incorporates a zoom function and a trigger pull for the shutter release, enabling one-
handed use. Powered by a rechargeable battery, the unit provides white light for accurate color reproduction and is equally useful for videos.
For more information, contact Lester A. Dine, Inc., 351 Hiatt Drive, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418. (800) 624-9103; www.dinecorp.com.
KaVo’s new IXS imaging sensors offer improved durability, enhanced contrast, reduced noise, and greater dose flexibility, according to the company. Compared to KaVo’s previous Gendex line, the IXS sensors are three times more resistant to damage, with the capability to withstand 240,000 bend cycles and 22 pounds of force. Open architecture allows easy integration with popular imaging and practice-management systems, and automatic download capabilities provide updates and calibration files as needed.
For more information, contact Kavo Dental, 200 S. Kraemer Blvd., Building E2, Brea, CA 92821. (888) 275-5286; www.kavo.com.
CUREbox features laboratory-grade construction and a highly reflective interior for fast, efficient UV post-curing of 3D-printed items, according to the manufacturer. Once the resin type has been selected, the unit automatically heats to the correct temperature and starts the post-curing process. Glove-friendly one-touch presets are built in, but the settings are customizable. The elevated, clear work surface provides full UV coverage, and the large capacity accommodates multiple printed pieces in one cycle.
For more information, contact Wicked Engineering, 5 Craftsman Road, Suite 5, East Windsor, CT 06088. (413) 301-0765; www.wickedengineering.com.