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Thanks for the reply KCDT and sorry for my misleading response, Im an acrylic newb..
hi, I was looking for a similar problem with my dentures, and I found the answer in this article. it says you've added too much monomer to the mixture, or you started curing the product directly in hot water.Hey guys recently I start working as Dental technician and making dentures. I have made many dentures in the past using spofa heat cure acrylic (45 min full polymerization) and recently I bought Hereus Kulzer acrylic (45 min polymerization) and all the time when I flask with that acrylic the final work have bubbles traped inside the dentures. Any possible causes?
I read the manual and do it everything as it says, put powder with liquid in a plastic cup, close it to avoid air pass through, whait 6 min to be a dough and play with it for at least 1 min. Also I dry my flasks before put the acrylic and press it.
Please any advise is welcome...
Thanks and sorry if my english is bad
Greetings Earthling! Welcome! Very cool.