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Google the model number and manufacturer.  Then change the parameters like adding the word "parts" or "belts".  If you don't have those, then it's measure the belt length and width and Google for that.  


A quick Google on what I can make out EMESCO (it looks like) yields this:  https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=emesco+dental+drill+belt

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The green Chinese stuff in general is not so bad, just got another batch for my lathes/millers. However, if you can find a source for the original 'Polycord', which is a Swiss product, you will be probably happier, as it streches less and has a better grip. Polycord and its clones are available from 2 mm diameter up.


... still trying to find a source that will sell me few meters of Polycord without a surcharge of 70€ for minimum orders. There used to be a shop specialising in transmission belts in Vienna that sold it off the reel at the real price, but they threw the towel a few years ago (like so many small speciality shops).



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