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Wednesday, July 29th 2009, 2:44pm

A+B Formers

Dear Collages

How can I store my A+B Formers to prolong its shelf life ones it's open from the metal containers?

John

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Sunday, August 2nd 2009, 12:27pm

Hi John,

if you use the Frame Plastic Bottles Item number: ZBAA2601 for each component, you can store it for a few weeks.
Happy CADCAM !

;)Wolly

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Monday, November 23rd 2009, 12:16pm

Hi Wolly,

I use the A+B now only to dublicate the mock-ups for the Prettau work. I have all the metal templates so I do not have to pour plates. Dreve sells a material thats in a powder and liquid form. Have you tried it ?

John

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Monday, November 23rd 2009, 6:50pm

Hi Wolly,

I use the A+B now only to dublicate the mock-ups for the Prettau work. I have all the metal templates so I do not have to pour plates. Dreve sells a material thats in a powder and liquid form. Have you tried it ?

John



Hi John,

there are many different materials on Polyurethan Base available. I don´t know the Dreve material, but in my opinion and experience I prefer Frame A + B even for models instead of plaster.

Greetings

Wolly
Happy CADCAM !

;)Wolly

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Monday, January 4th 2010, 2:14pm

What's wrong on this forum

Dear Wolly,

What's wrong with this forum? No news,tips. Do the Tech. in the Lab (Georg ,Tanja) have no internet? What happend to Julian?

John

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Monday, January 4th 2010, 7:06pm

Happy New Year John,

I´m sorry, but I don´t know what is wrong with the forum. At the moment I think, most members are on vacation. But anyway, there are over 600 members and only very few did ever answer or ask questions.... I think Enricos products are sensational good and make only very few trouble ;) .

If you need help or have any questions concerning products of ZZ, I would propose you to call them directly...and may be you ask themselve "what is wrong with the forum".

Many Greetings!
Happy CADCAM !

;)Wolly