[CAD/CAM Scan Solution] Snow Scan Powder: 12x more accurate & 60x more economical than spray

Beatrice

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Hi Dpark,

Can you contact me in private, we use let's say A LOTS of can of spay at the moment (we order few thousand each time) and any solution to save money is a good solution.

Thanks you
 
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dpark39

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Hi Dpark,

Can you contact me in private, we use let's say A LOTS of can of spay at the moment (we order few thousand each time) and any solution to save money is a good solution.

Thanks you
Sure of course. Please check your DM/PM in a moment. Cheers
 
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dpark39

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Is it difficult to take a few seconds and actually look at how much money you could save with our scan powder in the long run? Not to mention less remakes with better scan accuracy...

Anyone able to swing by our booth (C-46) at Lab Day Chicago next week to test it out?


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JMN

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Is it difficult to take a few seconds and actually look at how much money you could save with our scan powder in the long run? Not to mention less remakes with better scan accuracy...

Anyone able to swing by our booth (C-46) at Lab Day Chicago next week to test it out?


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Right at the entrance! Nice spot!
 
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I have this and I just love it. I never used spray that often but when I did I had a lot of clogging and clumping of the spray in certain spots. This is great for abutments. And I don't get it all over my hands making a mess everywhere. I also got mine from abutment direct in Canada. 👍
 
Car 54

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I have this and I just love it. I never used spray that often but when I did I had a lot of clogging and clumping of the spray in certain spots. This is great for abutments. And I don't get it all over my hands making a mess everywhere. I also got mine from abutment direct in Canada. 👍
Yes, just used it for an abutment. What's nice is that it's so thin, that in taking the abutment in and out for arch/die scans is so clean and easy to re-powder the abutment.
It also saves from getting scan pray on the putty during die scans. Just brush it on, blow off the light excess and you're ready to go.
 
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dpark39

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well... we just got back from chicago and we've spent every minute at the office fulfilling POs and responding to the interest for our new scan powder...

anyone catch us there? i was so scatterbrained i apologize if i didn't say hi.
 
DAL Claxton

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I met Brian from Snow Rock there briefly while speaking with implant companies about an installation product for Exocad libraries. Good to see everyone that was floating around those days!
 
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