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Die Spacers Technique


1.Ditch Below the Margin.
Use the Carbide Margin Trimming Bur to create a ditch below the margin line for dipped wax coping adaptation and margin line
access.

2.Line the Margin.


After ditching the margin, use the Red or Blue Margin Liner to mark the marginal periphery of the die. This will help you see the
margin finish line when the wax pattern is being trimmed.

3.Apply Die Hardener Below the Margin Line.


Apply a liberal coat of Die Hardener to the ditched area just below the margin line. Dont smear the line. The Hardener will flow
through the stone by capillary action to the margin and seal the line without smearing.

4.Apply Die Hardener Above the Margin Line.


Start at the incisal or occlusal and coat the entire crown surface down to, but not touching the marked margin. The stone will
absorb Hardener from below and above the margin line and seal it without smearing. The first coat of Hardener will be entirely
absorbed by the stone and create 0 microns of relief.

5.Apply First Relief Coat.


To create the first dimension of cement space relief, use the clear Die Hardener again to apply a liberal coat to the entire die
including the margin line. This coat of Die Hardener will permanently seal the margin line.

6.Apply Additional Relief Coats as Needed.


Greater relief is achieved by applying additional coats of coloured Die Spacer over the Hardener. Apply the coloured Die Spacer
from the incisal or occlusal surface of the die down to the internal edge of the margin without covering the margin.

7. Apply Blockout Wax.


Red Blockout Wax is used as the final step in die preparation to eliminate undercuts, round sharp edges and make the die
smooth. Apply Blockout Wax directly to the final spacer coat. Use a carving instrument to smooth the wax to final desired contour. Buff and polish the Blockout Wax with nylon or silk fabric.
Lubricate the die (Microfilm) and make a dipped wax coping directly over the Blockout Wax.
The Blockout Wax is removed prior to seating the casting to the die.

Exacting Tolerances Means


Smoother. Denser. Harder.
Uniform thickness means predictability, essential for constant
results. The reformulation offers outstanding resistance against
pressurised steam, scratching and chipping.

Mixes easily
Outstanding physical properties means it mixes easily (in 15
to 30 seconds) to a dense homogeneous consistency.
Nontoxic solvent
User-friendly chemistry ensures safety.

Greater stability
Innovative micro-filler technology combines with a less
aggressive solvent for greater stability and user friendliness.

Easily readable colours


Distinctive colours provide excellent contrast for differentiating
multiple applications with all waxes, metals, porcelain and
composites.

Universal application
Four different micro-thicknesses (0-20 microns) give you the
options you need to satisfy all of todays cementation and
luting requirements.

Compatible
Chemistry is compatible with all resin dies and modelling
stones.

Ergonomic brush design


The brush is specifically designed for efficient handling and
ease of control for repeatable, fast applications.

Setting time between coats


Classic- 50 to 60 seconds of drying time between coats.
Quick set- 30 seconds of drying time between coats.