Re: [Histonet] Plastic Embedding

From:Phil McArdle

Hello James:

Although I don't know if you're using a Heraeus-Kulzer Technovit 
product, I'm forwarding your question to their tech support people in 
Germany (we're the US distributor for Technovit). They've been very 
helpful in the past.

Very best regards,

Phil McArdle

Herrick, James L. wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> Does anyone have any experience with plastic embedding using Glycol
> Methacrylate (GMA), Methyl Methacrylate (MMA) or other products that
> could be used to embed vertebral specimens large enough that require
> approximately 100 mLs of solution to embed completely. The problem I am
> having using GMA is that the reaction becomes extremely hot and
> polymerizes into a block full of holes and bubbles. I would really
> appreciate any advice, protocols, etc., that you may have. Thanks.
> Jim
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