Impression Components

Open & Closed Tray Transfers

Transfers are designed for impressions using the open-tray technique when the retentions are sharp, and for the closed-tray technique when the retentions are round. The body of the Transfer is made of stainless steel; the screws are made of titanium alloy.10




Snap-On Transfer

The Snap-On Transfer is made of titanium alloy TI-6AL-4V and designed for impressions using the closed-tray technique, in conjunction with the caps T4401 and T4402. The cap remains in the impression tray after it is removed from the mouth, for precise positioning of the Ball Transfer. It is also possible to use this type of Transfer as aesthetic abutments.


Clip-On Transfer

A Clip-On Transfer for impressions without a screw has a hexagonal lock to ensure a tight fit. It is especially effective with molars and premolars, where there is lack of space, and where working with a driver is difficult. It is sufficient to use this Transfer for all types of impressions as the lack of screws saves a significant amount of time.



The Analog is made of stainless steel and is used in the preparation of laboratory models.