diamond disc & plaster trimming wheel
Good Materials | CE & ISO 13485 Certificates | All Range of Shapes
extra thin, 0.15mm double sided extra fine diamond discs for finishing and polishing restorations
Extra thin, 0.15mm double sided extra fine diamond discs are used for finishing and polishing restorations, such as composite or porcelain veneers, to achieve a smooth surface and natural shine.
thin, 0.20 x 19mm double sided fine grit diamond discs for contouring and shaping restorations
Thin, 0.20 x 19mm double sided fine grit diamond discs are used for contouring and shaping restorations, such as dental crowns or bridges. The fine grit allows for precise and controlled shaping.
thin, 0.20 x 22mm double sided fine grit diamond discs for contouring and shaping restorations
Thin, 0.20 x 22mm double sided fine grit diamond discs are similar to the 0.20x19mm disc, also used for contouring and shaping restorations. The larger size provides more surface area for shaping larger restorations.
hard, 0.3-0.4mm double sided medium grit diamond discs for cutting and contouring dental materials
Hard, 0.3-0.4mm double sided medium grit diamond discs are used for faster cutting and contouring of dental materials, such as amalgam or gold restorations.
single-sided diamond discs for cutting, grinding and shaping teeth and dental restorations
Single-sided diamond discs are used for cutting, grinding and shaping teeth and dental restorations such as crowns and bridges.
fast cutting plaster disc, 0.3mm, double sided diamond discs for cutting and shaping dental materials
Fast cutting plaster disc, 0.3mm, double sided diamond discs are used for cutting and shaping dental plaster and other types of dental materials.
plaster trimming wheels for lab laborator for wholesale
Plaster trimming wheels cut fast and last longer, ensure immediate removal. Used dry or wet on all materials.
Diamond discs are made of good-quality diamond coated.
Plaster trimming wheels are made of synthetic resin/steel/silicon carbide dental lab material accessory.
with ce & iso 13485 certificates
All products have been assessed by the manufacturer and deemed to meet EU safety, health and environmental protection requirements.
benefits of diamond disc & plaster trimming wheel
1. It is used for dividing, separating, fabricating, contouring, shaping of dental restorative materials.
2. It is suitable for for ceramic, gold, steel.
3. The cutting effciency is high with high flexibility.
Plaster Trimming Wheel:
1. It cuts fast and lasts longer.
2. Uniform spacing between the diamond aggregates helps ensure immediate removal.
3. It can be used dry or wet on all materials of any hardness.
What are various usages of diamond discs of different shapes?
A/Am: solid disc; for ceramics, gold, steel, plastic veneers, all chrome-cobalt alloys including vitallium.
B/Bm: perforated disc, 8 holes, in standard diamond grit; for rough pre-cutting, separating and contouring of ceramics, model preparation.
C/Cm: diagonal serrated disc; for separating ceramic, plaster, acrylics, resin veneers.
E/Em: vented disc, oblique slotted disc; high removal capacity, high flexibility, provides good visibility, avoids grinding-facets.
F: disc with oval shaped perforations, provides good visibility; for the separation and contouring of ceramics; soft work at high levels of material removal, high flexibility.
H/Hm: sieve disc; for separating and contouring of ceramics, acrylics and plaster; flexible, with good vision result; high material reduction and smooth grinding performance.
I/Im: straight toothing, spindle perforated; provides good visibility; higher cutting efficiency achieved with using toothed cutting edge configuration.
J/Jm: diagonal serrated, vented disc; peripheral and distal cutting, good visibility.
N: mini saw disc; for separating ceramic, plaster, acrylics, resin veneers; high cutting effciency.
What’s the packing? How many pcs in a pack?
For diamond disc, there is 1 pc in a pack.
The packing is as follow:
Diamond discs are a popular choice for dental restoration, thanks to their ability to produce a smooth and accurate finish that is critical for the longevity and effectiveness of the restoration.
The Differences Between Diamond Discs, Stainless Steel Discs, and Stone Discs in Dental Laboratories
The article xplores the differences between diamond discs, stainless steel discs, and stone discs in dental laboratories, as we delve into their unique characteristics and applications for achieving precise and efficient dental restorations.