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DESCRIPTION OF SUPPLIES/SERVICES
The Contractor shall provide all materials, tools, and equipment necessary to perform software upgrades on three Omnicam and one InLab 20 Dental Laboratory Systems located at the Datapoint Dental Clinic, San Antonio, TX as defined in the Scope of Work (SOW). CLIN: 001 DESCRIPTION: Performance Package V4.2.1 and V4.4.1 NON CLUB QTY: 3
CLIN: 002 DESCRIPTION: CEREC SW 5.1 License Key Upgrade QTY: 3
CLIN: 003 DESCRIPTION: Travel/Labor/Set Up – Configure PCs QTY: 1
CLIN: 004 DESCRIPTION: inLab 4 PC -US QTY: 1
CLIN: 005 DESCRIPTION: inLab SW 20.0 All Indications + Unlimited STL QTY: 1
Unit: OMNICAM (model: Cerec AC) (SN 135886)
Software must be fit for mobile cart version of unit.
Upgrade must allow for powder – free scanning with precise 3D (full-jaw) scan.
Software must be compatible with existing CEREC Omnicam that is currently designed to fit in hand properly in order to scan easy.
Software design must allow operator to determine color of scanned teeth in CEREC software-based scan while allowing operator to expand treatment spectrum to aligner treatment.
Software needs to work with CAD/CAM.
Unit: MC XL (model: Cerec MC XL) (SN 305051)
Software must allow unit to continue to provide wet milling and grinding with production options for operator dental laboratory.
Upgrade allow for large selection of materials and uses that give particularly flexible and efficient production options to operator.
Software that allows for glass- and hybrid ceramic restorations that can be produced at a previously unachievable speed with simultaneous double four-axis processing.
Software that will allow a fully contoured Celtra Duo crown to be done in less than 10 minutes.
Software upgrade that allows the grinder to be used on as small as 0.6 mm for restorations with maximum detail in the occlusal and interproximal areas and at the preparation margin.
Unit: MC X5 (model: MC X5) (SN 102606)
Software needs to continue to be compatible with the inLab MC X5 design as a universal five-axis production unit in order to meet dental laboratory requirements for cost-efficient production.
Upgrade needs to continue for laboratory to have more independence in terms of material and indications as well as the processing of external CAD data.
Software for inLab MC X5 must continue to be an open production unit. It is the perfect complement to the inLab components inEos X5 and inLab software but can also be used to process other STL restoration data, including implant-supported restorations with screw access channels. Having its own CAM module, the unit can be connected flexibly to other CAD systems.
Software must continue to for use for inLab MC X5 that can be used for dry or wet production depending on the material and indication.