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    removing Ti base

    Discussion in 'Dental-CAM' started by sidesh0wb0b, Jan 6, 2017.

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      sidesh0wb0b Well-Known Member Donator Full Member

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      ok, it took an hour of heat soak and a few mins in the ultrasonic...came loose finally. this was my 3rd attempt and i guess the cement finally broke down.
      thanks all!
       
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      going to give that a whirl here in a few minutes. thank you much!
       
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      Use the biggest nozzle. Mine is very open due to playing with aluminum oxide etching glass art projects.
       
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      I give it a whirl with a brass bristle brush to polish the interface by removing the oxide.
      .It'll look like you anodized it.
       
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      ok so a blown out tip from the aluminum oxide. check!
       
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      good thought
      downside, holding onto it haha
       
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      you can do it!
       
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      who needs those fingers anyway!
       
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      Thank you for the video. Can we use this method for zirconia crown cemented on a Ti base abutments ?


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      Yes, I did it few times and no problem.
      Easy, fast and clean. Good luck.


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      Thank you


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      Gravity feed airbrus for blasting media?! Whoa, mind blown. Thanks!
       
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      I got the idea from a guy that does art restoration. He uses it to clean oxides off soft metal with out damaging it.
       
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