2005 - The Preparation of the Master Mould-The Key Point of Stone-in-Place Casting

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2005 - The Preparation of the Master Mould-The Key Point of Stone-in-Place Casting

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The proper preparation of the master model is the first, but most of all, the key point in the complete process of successful stone-in-place casting. The quality of the final cast depends primarily on this first step in the process, a step that requires a lot of experience and know-how. This paper shares both knowledge of, and experience with what types of settings are best done in wax, what model-making systems are available (wax, metal, CAD/CAM) and the preparation of the master model for wax setting. In addition, the paper will discuss the convenience and reliability of stone-in-place casting compared to traditional setting techniques and the risks involved in damaging the stones.

Author: Dr. Hubert Schuster

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