i1500 Intraoral Scanner
Our latest product, the Medit i500 intraoral scanner, exemplifies three qualities: Value, Efficiency, and Productivity
Together, these three qualities make it easy to incorporate our scanner into your workflow. Designed with quality in mind, we created the Medit i500 to add value to your practice.
With its impressive speed and powderless system, the i500 allows for a smoother scanning experience, shortening turnaround times and increasing the productivity of your clinic.
Regardless of your specialization, the i500 has diverse applications, ensuring that your professional needs are met. Increase your work efficiency with the vast flexibility that the open CAD/CAM system offers and never worry about compatibility issues again.
Make the transition today and enjoy the Medit experience
Why Medit i500
We created the Medit i500 scanner with a high Return On Investment in mind. The design and software allow for an unparalleled performance at a very competitive price.
The Medit i500 uses an open CAD/CAM system, allowing you to export STL files out of Medit Link and share it with your preferred lab, or to easily transfer files and track your progress throughout the entire workflow.
Using two high-speed cameras, the Medit i500 scans quickly and efficiently. With its intelligent scan detecting algorithm, the i500 picks up where it left off for a smooth scanning experience.
The Medit i500 does not require the use of powder for regular cases, making the scanning process more seamless and the experience more pleasant for the patient.
The small tip on the Medit i500 is beneficial to both the user and the patient through simpler maneuverability and improved patient comfort.
The Medit i500 produces realistic images which are high in resolution and rich in detail, allowing you to distinguish between tooth structure and soft tissue for easy identification of margin lines and undercuts.
There is no need to worry about choppy results with the Medit i500 as it takes rapid video-based scans, capturing more data in a short period of time. The resulting image taken by the dual cameras is hence smoother and more detailed.
Single button control
The single button of the Medit i500 allows the user to start and stop the scan at anymoment without having to reach for the computer. Press the button down once to start scanning, and another time to stop. When the scan is complete, hold it down to move to the next scanning stage.
Scanning can be uncomfortable and tiring, especially if you’re using a heavy scanner. But we have eliminated that problem with the Medit i500 scanner which is light in weight and easy to hold, making the process a comfortable one for you.
The Medit i500 scanner produces precise-colored scans which can distinguish between soft tissue, plaque and teeth.
Single Crown : Trueness (Accuracy) = 5.1 μm (±0.49 μm). Precision (Consistency) = 3.2 μm (±0.74 μm)
*Single crown accuracy test was conducted by Medit according to the methods in “Evaluation of the Accuracy of Six Intraoral Scanning Devices: An in-vitro Investigation. ADA Professional Product Review 2015”.
Quadrants : ±50 μm / Full Arch : ±100 μm
*The reference model for Quadrants and Full Arch accuracy was scanned with an industrial grade, highly accurate reference scanner Solutionix D700 (6.4 megapixel, Advanced Blue Light Technology for small object scanning).
Accuracy of the scanner is where it all starts in CAD/CAM
The most demanding bridges, implants and bar designs require the highest accuracy. Using state-of-the-art blue light scanning technology, the T-Series is able to capture the highest quality scans with high accuracy.
ISO 12836 specifies test methods for the assessment of the accuracy of digitizing devices for computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) systems for indirect dental restorations. ISO (the International Organization for Standardization) is a worldwide federation of national standards bodies.
ANSI/ADA Standard No. 132
Scanning Accuracy of Dental Chairside and Laboratory CAD/CAM Systems describes test methods used to evaluate the repeatability, reproducibility and accuracy of dental devices for 3D metrology. The standard is applicable to dental chairside and dental laboratory CAD/CAM manufacturing systems. The not-for-profit American Dental Association is the nation's largest dental association, representing more than 161,000 dentist members.
Defines acceptance and reverification tests as well as artifacts for the evaluation of graphical optical 3D measuring systems with planar measurement regarding its accuracy. It is valid for optical 3D measuring systems with planar measurement, which works according to the triangulation principle. The VDI is the largest engineering association in Germany. As the third largest standards organization, VDI is also a partner in the German business community and scientific organizations.
Tip size: 19 x 15.2 mm (WxH)
Overall handpiece length: 266 mm
Imaging technology: 3D-in-motion video technology
Color: 3D full color streaming capture
Connectivity: USB 3.0
Scanning area: 14x13 mm