Hey all, in each of your opinion, what plastic articulators give you great results with the greatest ease of set up? We currently use "artimax" articulators and were looking to find something possibly more efficient. Just tell me what you like, and please, nobody dog what someone else uses. Thanks, you're all awesome! — tagged Articulation and Occlusion and Artimax®
Park Dental Research is proud to announce the launch of JUELL 3D- one of the fastest, most user friendly Stereolithography 3D printers on the market! With vertical build speeds in micro slices thinner than a human hair, JUELL 3D can print up to 18 detailed arches in about an hour and half using high resolution UV/DLP technology. If that doesn't excite you, the price will! Come see us at booth B57!
A special thank you to Jenny Abbot-Cole and Lauren Meehan at LMT. You ladies are the best! — tagged 4 members
Jack Garcia, CDT · Manager at Tischler Dental Lab
What comes for all when no road exists?
What comes around when the road has turns?
When does the road become difficult?
When does a road take you there?
Is that a road on the road or am I making my own road?
...just one road within the roads that take you to another road...
In addition to explaining our new fixed pricing, we'll be giving demos on recent upgrades including Digital Transfer, paperless manufacturing, and our newest feature, the LabStar Attach iPhone/iPad app. To find us, hang a left at the bottom of the exhibit hall escalator and we'll be waiting in the 5th row. More information here and we're looking forward to seeing you! — tagged LMT LAB DAY Chicago 2016
What do your articulators REALLY cost you? At $15 an hour, 30 seconds to glue and assemble an articulator adds about 12 cents per case. That's on top of say 5 cents for glue and accelerator and the 20-60 cents for the articulator itself. But our glueless system connects in a second. Amortized over 1,000 uses and many years, the $8 articulator costs a penny per use. And even if you don't hammer out the 2 sleeves from stone and reuse them as well, replacing them still costs less than disposables - especially since ours doesn't need to be broken off and redone for scanning or wrong articulation corrections. How much does THAT save?