Anyone know the name of the company that sells the adjustable articulators? The guy that either invented them or owns the company speaks broken English and I believe based in the Midwest somewhere...maybe Michigan? They have two adjustable knobs on them like a rotating ball joint. The models are pinned and based with a plastic piece provided by the company that fits the articulator. These are adjustable and reusable.
Posted April 1, 2013
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