If the practitioner is not comfortable using a facebow, a Universal Mounting Stand can accomplish at least some of what the facebow does.
It’s hard to believe 2019 has come and gone. We want to share with you our most popular blog articles from 2019 and a few you may have missed.
Sometimes a customer will call with a part number wanting to order that given part to fix a piece of equipment or replace a missing part. Sometimes upon cross-referencing and finding the item number (the number needed to sell the part) it is discovered none exists, or in the articulator and facebow realm this is usually annotated by an *. If this is the case then a factory repair is required.
Thinking of heat sterilizing your articulators? The maximum temperature/time Whip Mix, Hanau and Denar aluminum parts will tolerate is 300°F/5 minutes.
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.
It’s easy to change your screw-retained mounting plates to magnetic mounting in Whip Mix, Hanau, or Denar articulators.
It’s hard to believe that 2018 has come and gone. It has been another exciting year for Whip Mix and the dental industry. While we are excited to see what 2019 brings, we wanted to share with you some of the most popular articles from our blog in 2018 and a few you may have missed. Enjoy!
Many of the issues we see in returned articulators are self-inflicted. So let us describe the three things to avoid while using your articulator so YOURS won’t need repair.
There is still confusion about semi-adjustable, full-frame articulators that are all based on the average studies of Drs. Bennett and Bonwill. This Blog will describe the various types and their capabilities and limitations.
The key to manufacturing success is making sure parts are where they need to be when they need to be there. See what’s important to control your inventory – whether you’re a large or small dental laboratory.