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Drill-N-Tap Retrievable Ball Screw Kit
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Overview

The Drill-N-Tap Retrievable Ball Screw (Made of Titanium) from XPdent is designed to be used for replacing worn out attachments on implant bars and abutments. Also recommended when fabricating new implant cases.

   

Kits

Drill-N-Tap Retrievable Ball Screw Kit for Precious Metal

Drill-N-Tap System Dimensions Chart
 
2.2 mm    
Kit #SP7000 $182.00

     
   
 

*The Drill and Tap Retrievable Ball Screw Kit for Precious Metal Includes the following items

2 Titanium Ball Screws
1 Short screwdriver
1 Tap M2 X .4 (Bond-In)
1 Tungsten Carbide Center Drill
1 Diatit Multidrill 1.8 x 6.0 mm
 

Drill-N-Tap Retrievable Ball Screw for Non-Precious and Titanium

2.2 mm    
Kit #ST7000 $226.00

     
   
 

*The Drill and Tap Retrievable Ball Screw Kit for Non-Precious and Titanium Includes the following items

2 Titanium Ball Screws
1 Short screwdriver
1 Tap M2 X .4 (Bond-In)
1 Tungsten Carbide Center Drill
1 Diatit Multidrill 1.3 x 5.0 mm
1 Diatit Multidrill 1.8 x 6.0 mm
 
 

Accessories

Titanium Ball Screws

Short Screwdriver Tap M2 X .4 (Bond-In)

 

 
2.2 mm    
#S27000 $32.25
 
     
#33000690 $40.65
     
#S07293-T $35.50

 

Tungsten Carbide Center Drill

Diatit Multidrill 1.3 x 5.0mm Diatit Multidrill 1.8 x 6.0 mm

 

     
#33000660 $43.00
 
     
#33001157 $52.50
     
#33000800 $48.50

 

VKS Bar Mandrel

Waxing Pin Milling and Drilling Oil

 

     
#43006230 $55.95
 
     
#44000656 $26.00
     
#55000008 $31.35

 
 

 

Universal Tap Holder

 

 

 

 

     
     
 
#S07340 $49.50
     
   

 

 
DTK Adhesive Kit
A dual hardening composite adhesive for the fixation of dental attachments.
Assortment:
1 Base paste B, 5 g
1 Catalyst paste K, 5 g
1 Mixing block
1 Spatula
10 Application cannulas (black)
#54001185 $148.15  
Download DTK Adhesive Instructions
 
 

Instructions

Drill a 1.5mm hole into your preferred plastic/wax bar pattern using a Diatit Multidrill 1.5mm # 33000730.

Install the pre-drilled bar patterns using a surveyor and the Bar Mandrel item # 43006230.

If the holes are drilled too large then use the Waxing Pin # 44000656 analog from the Locking Pin system to re-size the holes to 1.5mm. Finish the bar wax-up, sprue and invest in the usual manner.

After casting, the implant bar is milled and finished.

Pilot holes are re-sized to 1.8mm using the Diatit Multidrill 1.8mm #33000800. The use of Milling Oil #55000008 during this process is important.
Note: Multidrill bur speed should not exceed 5000rpm.

After cleaning any debris left from drilling, the 1.8mm hole is ready to be tapped to receive the 2.0mm ball screw.

     
The tap # S07293-T will be used to cut the threads. Coat the hole and the cutting area of the tap with Milling Oil #55000008. Insert the tap into a holder. Align the tap tool with the hole and begin turning slowly in a clockwise direction and then when binding occurs back out the tap tool (counterclockwise) and then proceed again slowly (clockwise). Insert the ball screws to check for accuracy.
Cut off the excess screw shaft. Snap a 2.2mm SG yellow matrix onto the ball to ensure proper positioning of ball screw. With the SG yellow matrix still in place, grind the remainder of the screw body flush to the implant bar using a milling machine or laboratory handpiece.
Use DTK Adhesive Kit.
Item# 54000106
Note: Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for cementation to achieve optimal bond results.
Coat the threaded portion of the ball screw with cement. Coat the hole with cement as well.
Screw the ball in place carefully. Allow the cement to set for the timeframe indicated by the manufacturer. Clean off any excess cement

 

 
Clean off any excess cement Implant bar is now ready to have an overcasting fabricated.