Decal with formic/resin

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From:"P. Emry" <> (by way of histonet)
To:histonet <>
Date:Fri, 2 Apr 1999 03:09:28 -0500
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Hi all,

I just found a Theory and Practice by Sheehan.  In it is a protocol
Ion-Exchange Methods for Decal.  I have not run on to this before and I
was hoping you(s) could tell me if this is still used, if it works and
where I can get the resin.

The resin is Win-3000 from Winthrop-Stearns, NYC.  I have not tried to
find them yet, but because it is such an old book, I am wondering if they
are still doing business in NYC.

If there is a better source or better resin...please let me know.

I am decaling large pieces of bone, pig jaw joints, then cutting them down
to smaller pieces to decal again and process.  Do you think this resin
method would work well for this use?

Thanks for your time,

U of Washington, Seattle
Orthodontics Research Lab

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