State of the art design
The all-new JT-3D was researched & developed to uphold an all-new standard in mandibular kinesiology. It started with the new FGM* Sensors perfected by BioRESEARCH engineering department. Lightweight aerospace materials and both mechanical and electrical computer aided design have perfected this precision instrument. Our research and development efforts serve to ensure that each of the all-new JT-3D’s revolutionary components meld into a sleek and singular mechanism.
How does it work?
The all-new JT-3D records incisor-point movements in three dimensions. A small magnet, attached to the labial surfaces of the mandibular incisors, is tracked by an array of sensors to produce vertical, antero-posterior and lateral components of movement. It mounts simply, yet securely on the head, and provides an incredibly stable base for the sensors. This provides spectacular resolution even on the smallest of mandibular movements.
FGM sensors provide a quantum leap in accuracy
BioRESEARCH is the first and only company to have perfected the FGM* sensors into its jaw tracking system. FGM technology has improved the direct linear range of the JT-3D jaw tracker by as much as 50% over jaw trackers using the old Hall Effect sensor technology.
The JT-3D’s all-new mounting system creates a quick and easy set up with proper weight distribution and a stable base with absolutely no contact with the patients face! The eyes, nose and mouth of your patient are free of claustrophobic obstructions and completely accessible to the clinician.
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