Welcome to the world of reliable 3D scanning
Optimised scan speed and data quality for Model and Impression scanning
Combining accuracy with reliability and simplicity
Based on decades of experience in industrial metrology, the provider of the most accurate scanner in the dental market –Imetric 3D SA – has developed a new, affordable and accurate scanning system for use in the dental laboratory. The IScan L1 is the scanner for standard indications like crowns and bridges, partials, dentures, inlays/onlays etc. Important: It can be upgraded to the version L1m, which is also capable of scanning implant models for the production of custom abutments and multi-implant restorations, in addition to the afore mentioned standard indications. In case even more precision is needed, the system can be upgraded to L1i with industrial accuracy.
Due to open data formats, the L1 Scanner Series is compatible with multiple CAD software solutions, providing the user with diverse options and solutions. The new scanning software offered by Imetric stands out due to simplified handling and higher scanning speed.
The best scanning system for both dental lab and dental practice
The IScan L1 is your best choice for scanning dental models and impressions. Thanks to the optimised scanning function for impressions you no longer need to create plaster models based upon your impression. Simply mount the impression in the Imetric impression holder and scan. It's as simple as that!
Do you need to digitise your inventory of dental models? With an average time of 3:30s for maxilla, mandible and relation you have to fastest and most convenient tool to free up that office area in no time!
The most accurate scanner available for implants
The IScan L1m offers implant functionality with a precision that is comparable with the most high end competitive scanners in the market. If even more precision is needed, Imetric offers the L1i (also as upgrade from L1m) that offers industrial precision of less than 5 micron on implant positions.
Since 2008 Imetric scanners in the 'i' level have been used for the majority of implant superstructures manufactured with CADCAM technology in the world. Now this technology is available at a very affordable price for every dental lab and practice in the world.