Digitization is on the rise - development is also taking its course in dental laboratories, with 3D printing and milling processes. Products that guarantee clever solutions for smooth working with new technologies are all the more in demand. With print-Sep, the Bredent company offers an isolating agent that enables 3D plastics to be separated from prosthetic plastics smoothly and without leaving any residue.
Print-Sep stands for a clean separation of all types of printed plastics from PMMA prosthesis plastics. Annoying discoloration or reworking are a thing of the past with Print-Sep.
During processing, the insulation is applied thinly with a brush so that the prosthesis base fits exactly. The consistency of print-Sep is slightly thick for ease of application and to allow the insulation to spread evenly without puddling. For an optimal insulating layer, the applied insulation should dry before the prosthesis acrylics are applied. Print-Sep is supplied in a 60 ml bottle, the opening of which is specially designed for easy removal with a brush. A product made for dental laboratories that value efficient and clean 3D printing workflows. More information at XPdent.