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Dentsply Sirona

inEos X5

One scanner. All options.

The inEos X5 was developed according to the highest quality standards for optical measuring systems. It has quickly become established on the market as the reference scanner. The inEos X5 ensures greatest accuracy for all digitization work of interest to the dental technician.

  • Intelligent scanning technology: with its robot arm, unique 5-axis scanning technology and large working area
  • Outstanding accuracy and highest depth of field
  • Clear software interface and intuitive operation result in digital models with just a few clicks


  • Open data export for a free choice of design and production components
  • Precision- detailed mirroring of real situations, from the palate to the tip of the scanbody—due to its accuracy of 2.1 μm
  • Comfort-The large operating range allows positioning of most common articulators and gives fast, unobstructed access to the scan object.
  • Flexible—With flexible positioning of impressions, single-arch or fully-articulated models, inEos X5 guarantees the greatest possible freedom for dental applications.
  • Special optics- Based on digital stripe light projection with blue light, the camera optics are produced according to strict quality standards, enabling inEos X5 to scan all situations with the greatest reliability. All optical components of inEos X5 are designed and produced specifically for dental applications.


Scan technology—Made in Germany. All inEos X5 components were specially developed in Germany for dental applications according to strict quality standards. The inEos X5 ensures precise digital registration of all indication types with its robot arm, unique 5-axis scanning technology combined with large working area.

  • Impression scan: The inEos X5 scans many different shapes and sizes of impression trays with no difficulty.
  • Triple tray scan: The lower and upper jaw together with the bite registration can be scanned from a triple-tray impression tray for smaller jobs.
  • Manual scanning: Smaller jobs with only a few prepared teeth can be scanned quickly and efficiently in manual mode.
  • Rapid scanning: Full-arch models are digitized in less than 60 seconds thanks to the large scanning field.
  • Multi-die scanning: Up to four prepared dies are scanned automatically and inserted into the digital model with no manual interaction.
  • Texture scan: Marks on the model are detected for visual support, for example in partial-denture design using the inLab CAD software.
  • Wide operating range: Allows the positioning of most common articulators and gives fast, unobstructed access to the scan object.

Sirona Connect

With Sirona Connect your dental lab profits from an innovative method to process precise digital impressions. This technique with the inLab system is easily independently integrated into the CAD/CAM workflow of your lab and is cost effective.

As an inLab laboratory you can directly process digital impressions over Sirona Connect and therefore become a coveted partner. Every dental practice that wishes to produce digital impressions via Sirona Connect could be your next customer. In future new orders are received via Sirona Connect directly on your PC. For you this means that you simply receive the data, design and mill.

Furthermore, Sirona Connect offers you further the possibility to directly and quickly clarify the model data received, order data and delivery schedule. This immediate feedback to the practice saves time and prevents unnecessary corrections at a later point of time.

Technical data:

Dimensions (W x H x D) in mm 474 x 735 x 460
Weight 40 kg
Mains voltage 100–240 V
Mains frequency 47–63 Hz
Power consumption 150 W
Scanning technique Digital light stripe projection
Scan material All commonly used dental model casts (except strongly absorbent, reflecting or transparent materials)
Interfaces USB 2.0
Network connection via scanner PC: LAN / WiFi (optional)
*The accuracy of the results of the inEos X5 with inLab CAD SW 16.0 was verified according to DIN EN ISO 12836.2015. The demonstrated accuracy on standard "bridge" test specimens was at 2.1 ± 2.8 μm, and on standard "inlay" test specimens 1.3 ± 0.4 μm.

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