EasyRx 3D View
EasyRx 3D Edit
|1||Click the file name allows you to open the STL file, you can open the file View mode or Edit model|
|2||Deletes the file|
|3||Scrubs the file. Read the File Scrubbing KB article here |
|4||Scrubs and remeshes the file. Recommended before basing|
|5||Downloads the file to the default default folder on the browser|
Allows you to lookup a patient and View/Edit or attach STL files to this patient
Allows you to lookup a prescription and View/Edit or attach STL files to this prescription
Allows you to browse to local STL files and open for viewing.
Upper: Click the link and browse to the upper STL file stored locally for viewing
Lower: Click the link and browse to the lower STL file stored locally for viewing
User this option to view STL files for a patient without having to add a patient record to EasyRx.
|1 ||Increase the model size by clicking the + / - buttons on the task panel or by scrolling the roller ball on your mouse up and down |
|2||Move the model around the screen by clicking the left, right, up and down buttons or move the model by holding down right click on the mouse and moving the model|
|3||Quickly orient the model using the Left, Right, Top, Bottom, Front and Back buttons |
|Separates the upper and lower models, if two models are opened|
EasyRx File Optimizer
|Click to Optimize the STL file. The file will be automatically optimized. You'll need to close EasyRx 3D and open the optimized file once the process is completed. This usually takes a few minutes. The new file will have the extension "EasyRxOptimized" in the file name. |
|Orienting the model is required to do a hollow model or after trimming a model using EasyModelTrim or if EasyRx 3D detects the models needs orientation.|
To orient a model
click the left molar, between the first anteriors and click the right molar.
Use the Trim Model tools to trim / clean-up the model before Basing:
Trim Model: After adjusting the the trim points, click Trim Model to trim the model.
Adjust Trim: Returns the model and trim points to the most recent state before trimming the model, allowing you to adjust the trim points as needed
Restore Original Trim Path: This is "start over". This restores the trim paths to the position on the original saved model
EasyModelTrim - EasyModelTrim allows you to re-trim the entire model. When selected, the existing trim points are removed. To trim the model, you can click around the model or hold down [ALT] and the left mouse button and drag the mouse to draw the trim points. More information can be found in the EasyRx 3D Edit video series
|Add a Base|
Regular: Adds a regular base
Hollow: Adds a hollow base
Base Height: Allows you to define the preferred base height:
Thinnest: EasyRx 3D determines the thinnest base height for this model.
2, 4, 6, 8 and 10mm: The base height is set to the chosen height
Custom Base Height: When chosen, a base pan is displayed, which can be adjusted to the desired base height
NOTE: To simplify trimming and basing model, the add base process also trims the model. You can adjust trim points as needed, choose preferred base type and click "Add base" and the model is trimmed and based.
|Only required for Hollow models, choose 2, 3 or 4 MM|
Displays a cutting pane which can be adjusted to cut the model before basing. For example, you can position the cutting pane just behind the molars to cut off the back on the model, allowing it to be placed up right ("St Louise Arch style") for printing. NOTE: The cutting pane only works with Regular models
|Undo Add Base|
After a base has been placed on the model, you can start over by choosing "Undo Add Base"
|Add a Label|
After a base has been placed on a model, up to two labels can be added
These data files are available:
Rx Number: The EasyRx RX number
Patient Name: The name of the patient
Patient Initials: The initials of the patient
Bin Number: The bin number assigned to the case
Practice Name: The practice name - uses the practice name from Account Settings
Custom Text: You can enter free form text, like today's date
Position First Label: Choose the data fields for the first label then click Position First label to position the first label
Position Second Label: Choose the data fields for the second label, click Position Second Label to position the second label
Add Label: - Click to add the label
Undo Add Label: Click to remove the label(s) and start over
On regular base models, the label is engraved
On Hollow base models, the label is embossed
After trimming, basing and labelling a STL file, click Save Model to save the new file. The files is saved to the Patient's File's. The file name defaults to:
The Patient ID_Base Type(X) with X being a count of each base created.
You can change the file name by clicking in the file name box and using the backspace, arrow and delete keys to remove the default file name and enter the new file name.