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Sets in 1.5 hours. Color indicator for complete blending.
Whip-Mix Armor Shine is used on gypsum models to creates a protective, high gloss coating. One coat will protect gympus models from...
CEREC Stone BC by Sirona Dental Systems LLC is a modeling material when combined with CEREC Bluecam allows you to create high-precision...
Potassium Sulfate is designed to lock moisture in while maintaining stone hardness. Available in ¾ lb package.
LeanRock from Whip-Mix is an ISO Type 4, low-expansion die stone ideal for pouring small batches (about 6) and creating working models in...
Type III Labstone is an all-purpose stone for fabricating models and for flasking acrylic dentures. Stone may be used in any case where...
Buff Stone from Whip-Mix is a Type 3 gypsum indicated for all standard lab uses. Buff Stone has a long working time, allowing for various...
Zhermack introduceds its Elite Master dental stone. Elite Master is an extra-hard, resin-reinforced dental die stone that is ideal for...
Super-Die from Whip-Mix is a quick setting die that creates a unique dense and smooth surface upon exposure to air for 30 minutes....
Used for construction of working models and dies for implant cases, precision attachment cases and all crown and bridge cases Provides...
Allows film forming for release of plaster to stone, plaster to plaster and stone to stone. Hardens models and preserves fine detail.
Van Rock Diestone is a reliable product that produces exceptional surface smoothness on all working models. Available in green in a 25lb...

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