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You are of course totally correct.
I was asking questions for the purpose of learning, and this is a waste of my time and yours.
You do not know the answers, nor do you care to discover them.
I had hoped to learn from you, the techs, but instead I should spend my time asking those who invent the material. With very few exceptions such as AJ, TechArtisan, Ken, a couple more, speaking with the techs is a complete and total waste of time. All you know is ridicule and insults.
We're reacting to you as you are reacting to us. If you want to learn, then what i would tell you is to either buy a sucess system where you can inject PMMA denture acrylic and flexibles (the first is cured in water, the second heated and injected only.)Or buy an Ivocap system to inject pre packaged acrylic, water cure. TCS,Valplast, Flexite, many others for flexibles that are heated and injected. You can't legally change the instructions of the manufacturers to experiment on patients.
PMMA acrylics are meant to be kept moist. If you heat and dry them out you'll distort them. Flexible nylon materials aren't hydroscopic but also aren't suitable for full dentures except for a couple of materials put out by Astron and flexite co. You have to follow the directions of each or risk a warranty void and potential lawsuit if the material fails.
I will be happy to answer any questions you may have as long as there is mutual respect.