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CHANGE… it’s an interesting thing. Mostly it’s something that we want, when we want and are expecting it, but not at any other time. Unfortunately, CHANGE is inevitable for everyone.

Did You Know it’s Our 100th Birthday?

This has been a pretty special year for Whip Mix and its customers. The company turned 100 year’s old! The year has seen lots of parties, ceremonies, celebrations, and bourbon toasts at our trade shows, and it’s been a lot of fun, but mostly, it’s been a year full of pride.

3D Printers are only as good as the resin they print!

If you were at Lab Day this year, there were probably close to 50 3D printers exhibited. While all the buzz has been on the printers themselves, it should be about the resin that you are putting into your 3D printer.

Cheers To 100 Today, and 100 More To Come!

Today, Wednesday, April 10th, 2019, is the 100th day of 2019 in the 100th year of operations at Whip Mix. To celebrate, Whip Mix is looking back at its past, and looking forward to its future.

Denar Latch Spring and Parts in General

Not all parts are interchangeable nor are there parts available for every old articulator. If the Articulator is older than 10 years, it may not have parts. If it is a model that we currently manufacture, it most likely will have parts, even if it’s older than ten years. It is always is a wise idea to ask technical support.

Think Green!

For many in the United States, Saint Patrick’s Day is a day of celebrating their Irish heritage. Across the county, there will be parades, gatherings, and celebrations. To earmark the celebrations, people will decorate with four leaf clovers, leprechauns, and pots of gold — all decked out in green and gold. Whip Mix will also be celebrating with Green.

Ancient Articulators and Moving Forward

In the real world of dentistry, there are grand old instruments used everyday that offer nowhere near the original function. Then there are the instruments that, in general, are left on the bookshelf or in the cabinet, and trotted out now and then, for the occasional “big” case.

Which 3D Printer is Right for Your Lab?

Every month sees many labs adopting 3D printing technology. Labs can feel forced into buying one because their accounts take scanned impressions. Understandable, but 3D printers are not just for printing models. Today the growth of the technology can be linked to growing applications.

Polishing 3D Printed Resin – A Procedure

The 3D printing of dental objects requires an understanding of the CAM software, the printer itself, and the proper post-processing treatment of the resin. After properly finishing the resin, it often needs to be polished. Just follow this simple procedure to properly polish the resin.