Blue Sky Bio Launches New Grammee Photogrammetry Scanner

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This new scanner system touts accuracy in implant position measurement, making design easier and more efficient.

Blue Sky Bio Launches New Grammee Photogrammetry Scanner. Image credit: © Blue Sky Bio

Blue Sky Bio Launches New Grammee Photogrammetry Scanner. Image credit: © Blue Sky Bio

Blue Sky Bio has announced a new dental implant Photogrammetry System, called Blue Sky Bio Grammee, powered by Tupel 3D. This scanner is designed to measure implant positions accurately, efficiently, and affordably, according to Blue Sky Bio. The battery-powered and wireless system touts a ±6 micron repeatability with an angular repeatability of ±1/30th of a degree for enhanced accuracy. This accuracy is made possible by Blue Sky Bio’s “Iterative Noise Reduction” system, which enables narrow camera separation and small posts.

The scanner also hosts an LCD display that makes viewing implant positions easier. Grammee touts Wi-Fi connectivity as well as USB 2.0, USB 3.0, or Wi-Fi data transfers. The scanner reportedly calibrates in 1 minute and 30 seconds while scan time comes in at 20 seconds. This is all dependent on the number of posts and CPU cores, according to the company. It outputs an STL CAD file for implant positioning, including abutment data and scan bodies to inform the next steps in implant design.

Software features include auto-calibration, scanning feedback, and an auto merge feature that is said to be able to combine up to 10 posts per jaw.

Blue Sky Bio is offering a Complete Package that contains 6 Dot posts and 6 Scan Bodies; a short uni-driver; a thumbwheel/ITI Wrench Adapter; a 1-year warranty for replacement or repair not covering physical damage; and 40 complimentary implants of their choice for existing Blue Sky Bio implant customers. New or non-customers will need to choose an implant starter kit which comes free to charge.

To learn more about this new scanner or to see accuracy reports, visit the website here.

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