3D Denture Resins Bases and Teeth?

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We print Rodin Denture Base 2.0 with Rodin Titan teeth on our asiga max. It makes a nice denture and the new base material from pacdent is quite strong.
 
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How long have you been using the Rodin material? Any complaints?
 
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We use Lucitone print resin and Lucitone IPN resin in Asiga Max and the Dentsply prime print. It seems to be working out. The fit is really good. Some issues with misprints with the Asiga at first. Prime print system has bugs to fix yet. Some issues with discolouration of the bases. (Needs strict cleaning protocols). Seems to be durable. I did have a breakage in one a few weeks ago but I don’t consider them to be fragile at all. Time will tell.
Can the lucitone be post cured in the Otoflash? Or do you need a specialised curing unit? Thanks!
 
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Can the lucitone be post cured in the Otoflash? Or do you need a specialised curing unit? Thanks!
The otoflash will not cure the lucitone digital materials. It requires a Dentsply unit.
 
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How long have you been using the Rodin material? Any complaints?
Not so far. You have to baby it a bit but other than that I love it. I've used Rodin Sculpture and Denture Base for about a year. I just switched to Rodin Titan and Denture Base 2.0 and it's similar but stronger.
 
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We print Rodin Denture Base 2.0 with Rodin Titan teeth on our asiga max. It makes a nice denture and the new base material from pacdent is quite strong.
What unit do you use to post cure?
 
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The otoflash will not cure the lucitone digital materials. It requires a Dentsply unit.
What's more annoying is that the new curing units they sell are actually a lot worse than the old ones, I think it's because they had to switch to LED UV curing because some part of the original controller was no longer manufactured so they couldn't drive the mercury vapor lamps that simultaneously cure and heat the part in the original design; I might be misremembering what the actual unavailable part was, but regardless, the end result is curing takes significantly longer. We've got one of the old units and are gonna keep it running until we can't get spare parts for it any more.
 

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