Indirect Bonding Resin (IDB) is a purpose-build photopolymer designed to bond an entire arch of braces in short times. It is a biocompatible, FDA-compliant material. It produces long-lasting, tear-resistant bonding trays characterized by a high level of flexibility and accuracy. It has been designed to streamline and speed up bracket placement.
This clear resin ships in 1L bottles. Remember to shake the bottle before printing and to wear gloves when handling the uncured resin.
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IDB resin parts should be washed in Isopropyl Alcohol (96% concentration) to remove the uncured material. Then, you should put them into an ultrasonic cleaner for 3 to 5 minutes.
When completely dry, post-cure the bonding trays to obtain their maximal mechanical properties. When using SprintRay Pro Cure, select the IDB resin settings and start curing the parts. The device will automatically set the right temperature and curing time.
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