Chemicals store in Taipei

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Re: Chemicals store in Taipei

Postby papercut » 25 May 2012, 13:59

The higher the psi the better (when dry) is what I hear with those Hirst Arts molds.
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Re: Chemicals store in Taipei

Postby papercut » 25 May 2012, 14:06

One more company to contact upon quick search:

http://www.tungshengco.com/PROSTHODONTICS_TS.htm
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Re: Chemicals store in Taipei

Postby Ravendas » 26 May 2012, 14:30

Yeah, but I bought some 'high PSI workers plaster' kinda thing at a hardware store here, and it's got the consistency of sand, took an hour to even partially set (should take 10 minutes), and then popped out like a sandcastle, except worse.

One of those locations is a 5 minute walk from my apartment. Gonna go check them out. I've been looking at the gypsum plasters they have on the website, and I recognized a few names from the hirst arts site.

Edit: Closed on Saturday and Sunday :/
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Re: Chemicals store in Taipei

Postby papercut » 28 May 2012, 11:59

http://www.meru.com.tw/ is open on Sundays. I just visited them yesterday and it was pretty cool, the only chemicals store in that areas open on Sunday. I checked to see if they had plasters and they had a variety of them, I believe some for dental. They also have bulk food grade glucose which is the first time I have seen that in Taiwan.

Plus they deliver!
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Re: Chemicals store in Taipei

Postby Taiwan Luthiers » 29 May 2012, 00:34

papercut wrote:http://www.meru.com.tw/ is open on Sundays. I just visited them yesterday and it was pretty cool, the only chemicals store in that areas open on Sunday. I checked to see if they had plasters and they had a variety of them, I believe some for dental. They also have bulk food grade glucose which is the first time I have seen that in Taiwan.

Plus they deliver!


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They just got some potassium nitrate in at 300nt a bottle... also they have sodium metal, and other fun exploding stuff.
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