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    Beading and Boxing methods

    Discussion in 'Removable' started by JKraver, Dec 6, 2016.

    1. JKraver
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      Is there a way to get the results of beading and boxing without taking all the time?
       
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      Hire someone to do it for you.
       
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      a beady eyed boxer ? Boxing
       
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      You forgot to add, "try the veal. It's the best in the city. Don't forget to take care of your bartenders and waitresses."
       
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      Thanks guys.
       
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      You're a cdt now , quit looking for the shortcuts.
       
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      Short cuts that sacrifice quality I do not do. Short cuts that do not sacrifice quality that is called efficiency.
       
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      Try plastecine.
       
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      Is that Canadian for playdoh?
       
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      Its dental playdoh, add a zero on the price. I am just going to make my wife make me some lol.
       
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      no,it's Canadian for plastecine.
       
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      Perhaps, I have never tried playdoh this stuff works ok but I still like wax, I get a smoother cast I think.

      As for the OP, good for you for WANTING to box, charge for your time.
       
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      My lab used to box and pour every single case that came into our lab. We then did a study and found out that our individuals who pour cases were so proficient that it was a complete waste of time, money and materials to box and pour cases. We simply free hand them now and have not noticed any difference. I'd love to hear from others out there as to the pros and cons of boxing cases.
       
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      Tom Zaleske has a video on the Wonderfill method.
       
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      I use masking tape for alginates and Plasticine ( modelling clay) for pvs. I never invert the pours....never
       
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      But, but, inverting is easier.:rolleyes:
       
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