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Contact the distributor(s) of your country to get a quote.
Contact one of the distributors at www.obiscanner.com/distributors/.
If you have encountered a problem with your ObiScanner, and you have not found a solution in our FAQs, please contact us at email@example.com. We will contact you as soon as possible.
Yes, ObiScanner uses an ad hoc management software, which does not require a monthly fee. If you need information about its use, please visit our dedicated page www.tutorials.obiscanner.com.
ObiScanner software updates are free of charge and you can run them directly from the application. If you subscribe to our newsletter, you will receive an email when new updates are available.
To run the ObiScanner, these are the requirements:
- Windows 10 PC;
- one USB 3.0 and one USB 2.0 (or 3.0) ports;
- Intel 6th gen processor or higher;
- 4GB of RAM;
- 8GB of free disk space.
With ObiScanner, you can import .stl, .ply and .obj files, and you can export .obj and .ply formats.
ObiScanner can be used with Parrallels on Mac. Check the tutorials at tutorials.obiscanner.com for more info.
There are many reasons for this:
- you have placed some lights behind the subject (for a correct use of the lights, read the manual);
- the room is not well lit;
- the light intensity of the ObiScanner is too low;
- you have not used the Adjust light and brightness feature available on the software.
You can use the CAD you want.
ObiScanner uses (and installs) MeshLab, as it is free of charge.
We have created tutorials for Exocad, which you can find here. Other tutorials will be produced shortly.
If you mean: « Can I import my stl files related to the specific patient into his folder? » the answer is yes.
If you mean: « Is the face scan in .stl file? » the answer is no. But don’t worry, this has been done because .stl files do not support color (mesh/texture) on the models. That is why we decided to use another super famous, open standard and widely used type of file: .obj. Note that also .ply export is possible through ObiScanner software.