Re: [Histonet] bioceramic & Technovit 7200

From:Phil McArdle


Although you are in South Africa, we are Heraeus Kulzer's US 
distributor, and I'm only familiar with the 3040, 7100, 8100 and 9100 
products we carry (not 7200), I will forward your query to Heraeus' tech 
support in Germany.

Hope this helps!

Best regards,

Phil McArdle
Phil McArdle
Microwave Product Manager

Energy Beam Sciences, Inc.
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louise renton wrote:
> HELP!!  I need to grind sections of a porous bioceramic implant (no tissue
> attached). If I want to embed in Technovit & do EXAKT sections..with which
> solution do I start? a 50:50 alcohol/resin mix, or jsut straight into the
> monomer for a couple of days?
> I would appreciate soem info, as I only have 1 sample to get this right
> first time on(as always)
> best regards

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