NOWOSCThe JawAligner system 





Plaster-free articulation of prototyped models – Easy to design, easy to produce!


   
         
The JawAligner   Easy to design   Easy to produce
The JawAligner system consists of several magnetic spacer plates for a plaster-free articulation of prototyped models (printed or milled).   Models can be designed in the Model Maker module of the Zirkonzahn.Modifier software adding the most suitable attachments …   … and then fabricated by means of the pre-configured P4000 system for 3D printing or with Zirkonzahn’s milling units.
 
   
         
Different heights   Inclined and straight   Magnetic attachment
The JawAligner is available in different heights, permitting the articulation of models independently of their height, vertical dimension and occlusal plane inclination.   There exist two JawAligner sets: inclined and straight. In combination with special accessories, they can also be used for articulators of other manufacturers.   The model base is attached to the JawAligner through magnets. According to the model weight, two magnets can be used, showing lower or higher magnetic strength.
 



JawAligner sets overview


   
         
SET JAWALIGNER PS1 INCLINED
 
  SET JAWALIGNER PS1 STRAIGHT
Dostępne wkrótce!
  SET JAWALIGNER ZS1
Dostępne wkrótce!
         
  • 4 magnetic spacer plates in two different heights (high and low)
  • Magnetic plate Ø25 x 1.5 mm
  • Magnetic plate Ø25 x 1 mm
  • Countersunk-head self-tapping screws TX10
  • Allen key TX10
  • Wooden toolbox 
Numer katalogowy: ZBAC3561
 
  • 6 magnetic spacer plates in three different heights (high, medium and low)
  • Magnetic plate Ø25 x 1.5 mm
  • Magnetic plate Ø25 x 1 mm
  • Countersunk-head self-tapping screws TX10
  • Allen key TX10
  • Wooden toolbox 
Numer katalogowy: ZBAC3591
 
  • 4 magnetic spacer plates in two different heights (high and low)
  • Magnetic plate Ø25 x 1.5 mm
  • Magnetic plate Ø25 x 1 mm
  • Countersunk-head self-tapping screws TX10
  • Hexagon countersunk-head screws
  • Hexagon Allen key
  • Allen key TX10
Numer katalogowy: ZBAC3571
 

 

ZIRKONZAHN'S ARTICULATORS COMPATIBLE WITH THE JAWALIGNER


   
         
PS1 Articulator   GS1 Articulator   Mini-Arti ZS1 
Physical and virtual articulator designed with special geometries to simulate patient-specific rotating, sliding and closing jaw movements. In Zirkonzahn scanners, models can be scanned together with the PS1 and then transferred into the virtual articulator.   Articulator for plastering models and checking opening and closing movements, specially conceived to protect the PS1 articulator from plaster residues and water. A specific calibration key creates a synchronisation with the PS1. 

If desired, this articulator can also be used in combination with the JawAligner system, without using plaster. 
  Small articulator conceived for checking the occlusion of small bridges and single crowns, which can also be used for full-arch models. Opening, closing, protrusion, retrusion and laterotrusive movements can also be simulated. For milled as well as printed models. 
 

 

Accessories for calibrating articulators of other manufactures 


            Info: each additional articulator
needs its own pin
             
 
SAM 2P/2PX/3   Set Adjusting Key
SAM
  Set JawAligner PS1 Adapter
SAM
  Zero Adjusting Pin
SAM
    Numer katalogowy:
ZBAC3621
  Numer katalogowy:
ZBAC3622
  Numer katalogowy:
ZBAC3623

 
     
Artex all articulators
of 126 mm height
  Set Adjusting Key
Artex
      Zero Adjusting Pin
Artex
    Numer katalogowy:
ZBAC3611
      Numer katalogowy:
ZBAC3613

 
 
KaVo Protar evo 7 / evo 9   Set Adjusting Key
KaVo    
  Set JawAligner PS1 Adapter
KaVo
  Zero Adjusting Pin
KaVo
             


 The range of compatible articulators is constantly expanded.



 

WORKFLOW WITH THE JAWALIGNER


The hardening process of plaster might cause deformations to the printed model. For this reason, we recommend the use of the JawAligner for printed models articulation. 
 
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Step 1


To use the JawAligner, first of all choose the articulator in the Model Maker module of the Zirkonzahn.Modifier software.
 

Step 2


Choose the JawAligner set and the most suitable base, depending on model size and articulator used (PS1, or other articulators from other manufacturers).
 

Step 3


Set JawAligner PS1 Straight: suitable for Zirkonzahn’s PS1 articulator and articulators of other manufacturers. The set comprises six bases with different heights – high, medium, low, for the upper and lower jaw.
 

Step 4


Set JawAligner PS1 Inclined: with an inclination of 5°, it is suitable for Zirkonzahn’s PS1 articulator and articulators of other manufacturers. The set is composed of four bases – two bases for dental arch with two different heights.
 

Step 5


Using special accessories, both JawAligner sets are compatible with all Artex articulators of 126 mm height, with SAM 2P, 2PX and 3 articulators (not with +15 versions) as well as with KaVo. The range of compatible articulators is constantly expanded.
 

Step 6


If models have been designed using the PS1 virtual articulator and the Set JawAligner PS1 Inclined, they can also be fixed in the Mini-Arti ZS1 once milled or printed: this is possible by means of the Set JawAligner ZS1. The set consists of four bases – two bases for each dental arch – in two different heights, recreating the same heights of the JawAligner PS1 Inclined.
 

Step 7


Depending on model requirements, the JawAligner bases can be combined with each other to create a more structured model and to save resin during printing.
 

Step 8


After choosing the base, the software creates the corresponding attachment in the model.
 

Step 9


Parameters have to be set between the base and the model (e.g. you can create beveled surfaces, increase the base thickness, adapt the attachment area or compensate possible layer imprecisions)
 

Step 10


At this stage, the model can be printed with the 3D P4000 System or milled in Zirkonzahn’s milling units.
 

Step 11


Once the model is ready, the corresponding magnet has to be inserted into the attachment. According to the model weight, two different magnets are available: 1.5 mm and 1 mm.
 

Step 12


For calibrating the articulators, specific kits are available, containing Adjusting Key and corresponding Zero Adjusting Pin. Depending on the articulator, additional accessories might be necessary.
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How to use the Jaw Aligner system (Model Maker Module)





 

Zirkonzahn’s digital workflow


JawAligner, Detection Eye intraoral scanner and P4000 system for 3D printing: a complete, add-on package for Zirkonzahn’s digital workflow.