A3006 B – MANUAL SURVEYOR
High precision mechanical instrument, essential for the model planning stage, to locate the path of insertion, layout reference points and the insertion of clasps in mobile dentures. All versions are fitted with a solid base, a rigid stainless steel column, a model-holder with adjustable plate and a complete set of accessories. The model holder can be free-sliding or mechanically fixed to the base.
Version fitted with one double-joint arm with pantograph movement, ideal for the model planning stage.
A rigid arm can be further added to complete the instrument.
Set of accessories for the model planning: 1 analyzing rod, 3 undercut gauges (-0.75 / -0.50 / -0.25), 1 wax knife, 1 carbon marker
Overall dimensions: mm 190x210x310
The surveyor is the ideal manual instrument for use at any
planning stage on models in dental laboratories. It allows the
Technician to: determine the path of insertion, position the
attachments, layout reference points, survey the prosthesis,
locate the anchorage position of clasps.
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION OF THE TWO ARMS
The two surveying arms articulate on the one central column or
can be locked in any position. The arm joint moves on selflubricating ferrules and can be both frictioned and locked by
means of the knob (15).