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Tips to choose dental presses

There is a large number of instruments used in any modern dental lab. Various machines are used to create prosthetic denture and dental plaster casts in humans oral chamber, and any dental office cannot do without a dental press.

Dental press: features, purposes, varieties

This machine is widely used for:

  • plastic packing;

  • cuvettes pressing (using plaster or plastic);

  • metal crowns stamping;

  • plaster or polymerized plastics pressing out;

  • shell pulling.

Before you buy a press, you have to understand what kind of equipment the modern market offers. You can buy such presses as:

Screw models are often used to work with plaster. If you plan to create plastic products in your dental office or clinic, you should pay attention to the hydraulic dental press. An electrical machine is intended to facilitate manual work.

Thus, hydraulic presses are also fitted with an electric drive which helps to press cuvettes. This machine replaces a manual hydraulic pump lever. These machines are used for quick metal crowns production, flexible dental prostheses manufacturing, and for working with thermoplastics.

How to choose the right model

Price is one of the main factors when it comes to choosing medical equipment. Many dental offices make a choice in favor of versatile presses to save money. Utilizing machines, working on a "two-in-one" principle, only complicates the work as a rule. It is much more convenient to buy a dental press for plaster processing and a separate machine for plastic processing.

When choosing a dental press, the following factors and features have to be taken into account:

  1. Working and maximum pressure.

  2. Distance between supports.

  3. Design features. Among them:

  • horizontal or vertical;

  • frame or column;

  • with top or bottom electric drive position;

  • with moving or stationary frames.

  1. Maximum piston stroke. This indicator shows the number of cuvettes which can be pressed simultaneously.

  2. Piston diameter.

The cost should be mentioned separately. The more convenient the medical equipment is, the more expensive it is. In other words, the price depends on:

  • reliability;

  • maintaining a constant force on the piston without pressure loss;

  • ease of operation;

  • ergonomics;

  • individual parts smooth adjustments.

New and used dental presses

To purchase dental lab equipment for your dental office, there is no need to search for a suitable device on the primary market. Nowadays, you can buy used devices with documents and warranty servicing, which, by the way, pay off much more quickly than new machines.

The international sale and purchase advertisement platform BiMedis will ensure a suitable equipment search. There are offers from buyers and sellers from many countries here. A convenient search engine and a user-friendly interface will help you quickly find a dental press based on your budget.

Tips to choose dental presses

There is a large number of instruments used in any modern dental lab. Various machines are used to create prosthetic denture and dental plaster casts in humans oral chamber, and any dental office cannot do without a dental press.

Dental press: features, purposes, varieties

This machine is widely used for:

  • plastic packing;

  • cuvettes pressing (using plaster or plastic);

  • metal crowns stamping;

  • plaster or polymerized plastics pressing out;

  • shell pulling.

Before you buy a press, you have to understand what kind of equipment the modern market offers. You can buy such presses as:

Screw models are often used to work with plaster. If you plan to create plastic products in your dental office or clinic, you should pay attention to the hydraulic dental press. An electrical machine is intended to facilitate manual work.

Thus, hydraulic presses are also fitted with an electric drive which helps to press cuvettes. This machine replaces a manual hydraulic pump lever. These machines are used for quick metal crowns production, flexible dental prostheses manufacturing, and for working with thermoplastics.

How to choose the right model

Price is one of the main factors when it comes to choosing medical equipment. Many dental offices make a choice in favor of versatile presses to save money. Utilizing machines, working on a "two-in-one" principle, only complicates the work as a rule. It is much more convenient to buy a dental press for plaster processing and a separate machine for plastic processing.

When choosing a dental press, the following factors and features have to be taken into account:

  1. Working and maximum pressure.

  2. Distance between supports.

  3. Design features. Among them:

  • horizontal or vertical;

  • frame or column;

  • with top or bottom electric drive position;

  • with moving or stationary frames.

  1. Maximum piston stroke. This indicator shows the number of cuvettes which can be pressed simultaneously.

  2. Piston diameter.

The cost should be mentioned separately. The more convenient the medical equipment is, the more expensive it is. In other words, the price depends on:

  • reliability;

  • maintaining a constant force on the piston without pressure loss;

  • ease of operation;

  • ergonomics;

  • individual parts smooth adjustments.

New and used dental presses

To purchase dental lab equipment for your dental office, there is no need to search for a suitable device on the primary market. Nowadays, you can buy used devices with documents and warranty servicing, which, by the way, pay off much more quickly than new machines.

The international sale and purchase advertisement platform BiMedis will ensure a suitable equipment search. There are offers from buyers and sellers from many countries here. A convenient search engine and a user-friendly interface will help you quickly find a dental press based on your budget.

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