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True color texture.

High-speed scanning.

Open System.

Intelligent touch up scanning with just a one click.

Highly automated scanning process.

High degree of the restoration.

Hardware Parameters

Dimension - 355 x 268 x 384 mm

Weight - 9.5kg

Cameras - 2 x 130 mega pixels

Precision - 8 microns

Projection - Customized blue light, support multi-color scanning

Interface - USB 3.0

Output format - STL, UM, PLY, OBJ

Power supply - AC110-240V, 50HZ

Axis - 2 axis

Texture mode - Point cloud colorization

Structure - Semi-open

Feature - Fast scanning speed

Scanning method - Non-contact blue light scanning

The UP400 scanner  is a complete upgrade from the previous generation UP300 3D dental scanner. It uses a core algorithm with an even faster and better post-processing. This 3D dental scanner utilizes double 130 mega pixels cameras to achieve a  much faster scanning speed and clearer images, with the precision reaching ≤8um. UP3D UP400 aims to provide more efficient and accurate data collection for the digital dentistry.

“3D printing is putting more tools into the orthodontists' hands. ... It changes the practice dramatically because you have a faster turnover time and you have more freedom of movement versus working with an intermediary.”

Dr. Cosmo Haralambidis - Cranston, RI

“In regards to quality, our DDP4 from EnvisionTEC works very well. The prints match the margins on both our stone and printed models with great accuracy. Overall I would say we are very happy with the machine. It has proven to be very reliable, so much so that we now use it as our primary production machine for waxups.”

Don Albensi, C.D.T., Albensi Labs

“Incorporating OrthoSelect and the EnvisionTEC Vida into our indirect bonding procedures has greatly changed the amount of preparation involved. We have scanned and printed our models for several years. The lab time it requires to make your own IDB trays can be quite time consuming. The multistep process can often require several hours. Implementing DIBS has reduced the workload by at least 60 percent. We are now able to 3D print only indirect bonding trays and simply place the brackets in them the day of the initial bonding. It has made us more efficient on a daily basis and freed up so much time to concentrate on patients.”

Dr. Jeff Backus - Hoover, AL