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    Sintering Beads $30

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    1. rc75
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      We offer Sintering Beads in 2 sizes 1mm & 2mm your choice 200 grams $30.
      Most places charge 3x's or more than our everyday price DON"T GET RIPPED OFF!

      1mm Sintering Beads 200 grams - Part# T-170D1
      2mm Sintering Beads 200 grams - Part# T-170D2

      Or like most larger labs will order 1 pound bags for $60

      1mm Sintering Beads 1LB Bag - $60 Part# T-170D1-1
      2mm Sintering Beads 1Lb Bag - $60 Part# T-170D2-1



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      Better to get ripped off or ripped on?
       
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      Or rip one?


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      Piggy back...

      Whats everyones average life for sinter beads? Im nearing one year with no issues.
       
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      Are they aged by a number of cycles, a number of copings, number of hours above room temp, basic week/month since 1st use/manufacture age.
      Is there any consistant way the replacement cycle is calculated, or is it more a troubleshooting step when something goes south and don't until then?

      I have no clue.
       
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      I've noticed most smaller productions labs buy new beads about every 6 months. However I do have some
      big boy labs that buy 6-10 pounds every 2 months like clock work. So I think it's a personal preference. Dontknow
       
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      Do you notice an increase in bead sales around Mardis Gras?
       
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      I wonder about quality/performance. I have some new that are a dull plain white, others that are a very shiny pearl appearance. As I approach 1 year with the current batch, which were the plain white, I notice them turning a bit towards an 'antique' off white.

      No discoloration to the crowns.
       
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      ABSOLUTELY!

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      That's whats called a 'trigger image'. I don't need that during work.
       
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      By now, I really should have known better.
       
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      Leave it to Ron to post fat chick pics.
       
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      I burst out of my shell for this?[​IMG]
       
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