It handles very much like our white diagnostic wax. I would not categorize it as brittle. It does carve very well with a blue dolphin or any standard carving instrument. It also takes wax from a hot rod very well.i have used rons wax. it works well. i prefer something different, so that is what i use now. sure it costs a few bucks more but since i pay the bills i get to choose LOL
yes, was going to ask cost....as well as some technical stuff...like how brittle it is, what the wax vs plastic composition is. does it flake or melt when milling, etc, etc.
all stuff i figured i would direct in private conversation.
Millabillity is and always will be determined by tool choice, strategies and templates. With our current Preciso Cam templates it mills very well. It mills faster than the soft beige but not quite as fast as the red resin reinforced wax. They is very little if any flaking. If It appears it will come from dull tools more than anything else. We have not had the wax melt but that is very much possible with excessive speeds or feeds.
Let me know if you have any other questions.