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The subject is boil out tank not curing tanks anyway.
/closes eyesI just use the ivobase and don't worry about this nonsense.
What's the total time on a cycle?I just use the ivobase and don't worry about this nonsense.
For those that don't mind using a curing unit that hasn't been rebranded by a Dental company. Everywhere else they are $250.
45min with residual monomer reduction 35 without. Then a water cool down, 10-15min tops.What's the total time on a cycle?
Isn't it an hour if you use Ivocap acrylic vs Ivobase?45min with residual monomer reduction 35 without. Then a water cool down, 10-15min tops.
What is it doing during the RMR period? Just sitting at temp?Yes, it is like 55m or so then another 10 with RMR. I use ivobase acrylics.
Ya, sits with the heating element on to cook the monomer out. Supposedly has the lowest residual monomer of all acrylics besides the ivocap processing technique.What is it doing during the RMR period? Just sitting at temp?
Sure take it out and bench cool for 30 minutes. Or just leave it in the unit for as long as you like. Why would you want to tie up your machine for longer than necessary though.Kinda drifting off topic. Can you program in a 30 min bench set with the Ivobase unit?
Back on topic. I use a VWR 89032-220 for a boilout tank. EBay price around $400. Insulated. Stainless steel tank. Industrial grade.
Sorry I don't think I made a lot of sense, been a lot on my mind lately. Didn't mean to belittle your question on the programming a bench cool, I just fail to see the point as it wouldn't cool in 30 minutes and it would tie up the machine. If you wanted to bench cool you could just take it out of the machine.
You can, but it would involve you aborting the program or turning the machine off. You could turn the machine off right before polymerization, you would have to be watching it. Then when you were ready to start polymerization the machine would depressurize and restart the program. Would be much more of a hassle, People run the ivocap elastomer program with the ivocap heat with little issues.If you choose to use the Ivocap heat cure in the Ivobase unit, you can't bench set after injection but before the curing cycle?
I seriously doubt it can match microwave for free monomer reduction.Ya, sits with the heating element on to cook the monomer out. Supposedly has the lowest residual monomer of all acrylics besides the ivocap processing technique.
Not familiar with microwave you can research if you like.I seriously doubt it can match microwave for free monomer reduction.