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Indian Dental Grade Plaster of Paris

13th January 2011
Neelkanth Sodaclays Private Ltd. company is best company for Indian Dental Grade Plaster of Paris in India.Neelkanth's pioneership also governs the Supply of High Grade Plaster of Paris, which is manufactured by Selenite of Rajasthan. Since the raw materi... Read >
Author: neelkanth

Whats Involved in Homemade Candy Molds

07th January 2011
The homemade molds are easier to make and you can easily make the molds at your home by following simple and easy steps. If you are the one who has just started off with the molding metal, plaster of paris or concrete then you would know that the places o... Read >
Author: Shakd

Smart Creation Kolu at Temple Oct 2010

29th October 2010
“Thiru Allikeni Alankara Kolu" During Navarathri season, it is usual to celebrate the festival in all households in Tamilnadu, with what is called Kolu – an arrangement or display of various kinds of dolls in an artistic way. It is for the first time a... Read >
Author: Pankaj Bhandari

Plaster of Paris and Dental History

14th September 2010
a. Uses. Plaster of Paris is applied for pouring casts, producing matrices for prosthodontic restorations, for attaching casts to articulators, and frequent use within the dental laboratory where power isn't important. The crushing strength for plaster of... Read >
Author: Tracey Mcmahon

A solid, inexpensive and simple to use casting product for life casting.

18th August 2009
In this article I will be discussing the merits of an affordable alternative to Forton MG as a robust casting material for life casting and other usage. Introduction If you are casting in gypsum either professionally or as a hobbyist you have probably... Read >
Author: Olivier Duhamel

Physiotherapists and a Colles Fracture

20th January 2009
A fall on the outstretched hand (FOOSH) is a common occurrence and often results in a Colles' fracture, a fracture of the distal inch of the radius and ulna next to the wrist. Treatment is immobilisation in a splinting material such as Plaster of Paris fo... Read >
Author: David Ravech

Lost Wax Casting Process

06th May 2008
Lost Wax Casting is known as Cire Perdue in French. It is a process in which an artist's sculpture is used to cast bronze. The Lost Wax Casting method is also known as Investment Casting in the modern industrial world. This is a very ancient method used f... Read >
Author: Kent Klein

Elegant Decorating in a Seashore Theme

31st May 2007
I've had many requests for ideas on classy decorating in a seaside theme. Make note of some of these great things you can do easily and inexpensively to bring the sea shore in to your home with elegance and style. Sometimes it's difficult to come up with... Read >
Author: Victoria Larsen
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