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Posted By: chrisj on May 16, 2012
I am wanting to know if anyone has empirical data on the strength -
weight - reliability of "gunk" options listed below. I use coe tray and
find it to be extremely strong and easily workable while curing. I am being
challenged by another stating seigle and sulcafloc are comparable to that
of coe tray....I disagree but would like to have more input from you'll.
(By the way if I'm wrong I am not going to admit to the other
person...kidding). Thanks in advance.
1. Seiglehartz and sulcafloc
Seiglehartz and micro balloons
3. Coe tray plastic (methyl methacrylate)
Christopher Jones, CPO
Rebound Prosthetics, Inc.
Denver, CO 80218
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