The resin is said to be ideal for making patterns for copings and indirect cores.
Denali Corporation recently announced HIRO Pattern, Modeling and Indexing Resin. The formula is said to be based on blue light curing chemistry and methyl methacrylate.
HIRO reportedly features cure on demand in 20 seconds with no mixing, waste clean up or open bottle exposure to methyl methacrylate. The resin is engineered to be ideal for making patterns for copings and indirect cores. Additional features are said to include precise layering placement, excellent detail reproduction and bonds between layers.
Due to its fast cure, HIRO reportedly can be used for indexing of abutments and many other office and laboratory applications. The red fluid paste is available in two 3 mL syringes and 20 precise dispensing tips.
For more information, call 781-826-9190 or visit www.denalicorporation.com.