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PostPosted: Mon Oct 07, 2013 10:09 am    Post subject: Anchor shades Reply with quote

I've been bonding emax with the Anchor formula of 3 blobs A2 and 2 blobs white. Even though we try really hard to be super fast mixing the 2 colors together sometimes I think we're not fast enough and the material gets a little thick since it really starts to set when we squeeze it out of the guns. I know that the reason to add the white to the A2 is to keep the shade stable as the Anchor sets, since chemical cure composite cements yellow as they set. Sooooooo is there anything planned to produce a shade of Anchor between A2 and White so we don't have to spend the time mixing????? Thanks - Tom
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 07, 2013 3:16 pm    Post subject: Re: Anchor shades Reply with quote

twmdds wrote:
I've been bonding emax with the Anchor formula of 3 blobs A2 and 2 blobs white. Even though we try really hard to be super fast mixing the 2 colors together sometimes I think we're not fast enough and the material gets a little thick since it really starts to set when we squeeze it out of the guns. I know that the reason to add the white to the A2 is to keep the shade stable as the Anchor sets, since chemical cure composite cements yellow as they set. Sooooooo is there anything planned to produce a shade of Anchor between A2 and White so we don't have to spend the time mixing????? Thanks - Tom


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 07, 2013 9:53 pm    Post subject: Re: Anchor shades Reply with quote

twmdds wrote:
I've been bonding emax with the Anchor formula of 3 blobs A2 and 2 blobs white. Even though we try really hard to be super fast mixing the 2 colors together sometimes I think we're not fast enough and the material gets a little thick since it really starts to set when we squeeze it out of the guns. I know that the reason to add the white to the A2 is to keep the shade stable as the Anchor sets, since chemical cure composite cements yellow as they set. Sooooooo is there anything planned to produce a shade of Anchor between A2 and White so we don't have to spend the time mixing????? Thanks - Tom


Don't squeeze it out of the dispensing tips, dispense it straight out of the gun onto the mixing pad and mix all 4 strips together.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 08, 2013 9:46 am    Post subject: Re: Anchor shades Reply with quote

Ekrause wrote:
twmdds wrote:
I've been bonding emax with the Anchor formula of 3 blobs A2 and 2 blobs white. Even though we try really hard to be super fast mixing the 2 colors together sometimes I think we're not fast enough and the material gets a little thick since it really starts to set when we squeeze it out of the guns. I know that the reason to add the white to the A2 is to keep the shade stable as the Anchor sets, since chemical cure composite cements yellow as they set. Sooooooo is there anything planned to produce a shade of Anchor between A2 and White so we don't have to spend the time mixing????? Thanks - Tom


Don't squeeze it out of the dispensing tips, dispense it straight out of the gun onto the mixing pad and mix all 4 strips together.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 10, 2013 7:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

There ya go!
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