Are you using investments for pressing ceramics? Casting? Soldering? Which ones are the best for your applications? Read this Investment eBook to learn all about today’s investments.
To achieve consistent accuracy, use pre-weighed envelopes. The liquid amount is indicated on every package, thereby eliminating guessing the liquid/powder ratio.
Most phosphate investments will allow the burnout and casting of resin patterns with some degree of success, but the burnout has to be conducted carefully.
Whip Mix not only manufactures Investment material for the dental industry but also for the jewelry industry.
Every fall we encourage laboratory users of liquids to estimate their consumption of those liquids through the winter months. Many of the common liquids used in the laboratory have water bases, which are subject to freezing during shipping and may render them unusable.
Much like other dental materials, we would rather lose our fingers than change our investment! Recently, laboratories have started using 3D printed resins. Unfortunately, this new material, just like the solid plastic sprue predecessor, can create a problem. But, there’s a fix!
Investments have very specific handling characteristics. Forgot them? Read this blog to be reminded about what they are.
How do you change liquid/powder dental investment ratios when changing ring sizes? Here’s how.
Remember your investment ratios? Here is a return to the basics to remind you what to do with dental investments.
Working with Phosphate Investments can be tricky at times. Here are some do’s and don’ts when working with these materials.