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Calibration Template

What is a calibration template?

It is a template that you can print, or we can send to you, to accurately know the diameter that the holes in your guides should have.

What is the cost of the template?

If you download it from our website to print, post-process, and sterilize it yourself, the template is free of charge. If you want us to print it, the cost is €19 plus shipping costs. In this case, you must sterilize it upon receipt before using it.

Why do I need that template?

During printing, post-processing, and sterilization, your guide may undergo dimensional changes that can cause precision loss. These are the deformations that we want to take into account, and this is the only way to do it.

Do I have to sterilize this template?

It is advisable. Remember that the splints are made of resin, and this material could deform with the heat of the autoclave, so we recommend that you sterilize it before telling us the diameter you need, only then will we achieve maximum precision.

Modèle d'étalonnage standard

Gabarit d'étalonnage pour diamètre étroit

Is it really important to have such precision?

Our splints are designed and/or sent without rings, but remember that these rings, in case you use them, must fit perfectly but without pressure, hence their importance. In the case of using our splints for a sleeveless milling, the importance is even greater since remember that in these cases it is essential that the drill has some friction as it passes through the splint to obtain good stability.

Do I have to use the template or request one in each case?

Obviously, no. If you do not change rings or drills, you will only have to do it the first time if you ask us to print your guide. In case you print the guide yourself, you will have to reprint the calibration guide if you change printers or resins.

Is using the template mandatory?

At the time of placing your order, you will see that the diameters are not specified in millimeters but with a letter and number code that you can only know if you have the template. We seek to get as close to perfection as possible, and this is the only way to ensure that you do your part correctly. Your collaboration is essential, and we will be demanding in this regard because we are demanding with ourselves and our services.

Why are there two different calibration guides?

There is a standard calibration guide that is generally used for implants and another for narrow diameters that is useful for anchor pins, endodontic guides, and orthodontic microscrews, for example.

Tous les services nécessitent-ils du personnel ?

Évidemment non, seulement ceux qui nécessitent des mesures de diamètre pour leur réalisation.

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