Carbide added to SuperChuck™ push-button chucking system

Sept. 1, 2000
Using its sophisticated, precise machining capability, Lares has added carbide to its patented, exclusive Superchuck™ push-button chucking system to improve performance, durability, and longevity.

Using its sophisticated, precise machining capability, Lares has added carbide to its patented, exclusive Superchuck™ push-button chucking system to improve performance, durability, and longevity.

The carbide (shown in blue on the illustration) is strategically placed internally on the splines of the chuck to grip the bur shank with incredible power. The interaction of the carbide with the bur shank ensures secure, long-lasting chuck operation. The SuperChuck™ system also is easy to operate. Lares push-button highspeed handpieces now are shipping with the new chuck and units sent in for repair involving the chuck have been retrofitted with the new design since February. The independent chucking system also is replaceable at chairside, which has been an exclusive feature of Lares highspeeds for many years.

For more information, contact Lares Research at (800) 347-3289 or visit www.laresdental.com.

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