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Adi

Adi

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At tye temps our funaces operate they've gone from doing just chemistry to chemistry and physics. You are changing the metal and it is releasing elements (periodic table of elements not the heater elements) the furnace won't like much.

Basically you are degassing/oxidizing that whole himk of metal every time you heat it.
I thought I solved a problem , looks like I making one 😖
 
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I know I'm the only one who hates working with veneers but I came up with this a few years ago to help with one step. I use a glue stick first on the die to help stick veneers to them then make a putty holder-in-placer thing. It is awesome for checking excursions and occlusion. Can also smooth down remaining sprue on the incisal.
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I actually bond veneers in place with soft tissue silicone, not for shading but to securely affix them for contour and adjustments. Evenly distributes forces when doing so. Tame the beast!
 
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