ceramic bond

ceramic bond

A bond between materials which are exposed to temperatures approaching the fusion point of the mixture, as a result of thermochemical reaction between the materials.
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Therefore, further studies assesing different number and duration of laser exposure with varying parameters are recommended to assess their influence on LD ceramic bond strength.
Kurtoglu, "Metal ceramic bond after multiple castings of base metal alloy," Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, vol.
Since then various types of metal ceramic restorations have been developed with advancements being made in both metal and porcelain for an effective metal ceramic bond. The development of porcelain fused metal restorations is an attempt to return the patient to as near normal function and appearance as possible.
Recently, it was demonstrated that glass particle size of resin cements significantly influenced ceramic bond strength, while surface treatments showed a minor effect [24].
One way to form a ceramic bond is to spread a glass slurry between the ceramic layers and then to heat the sandwich to create a seal.
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Salamander brand products are available in a range of sizes and materials, including carbon-bonded silicon carbide and ceramic bonded clay graphite, so there is a Salamander product to suit virtually any foundry melting application.
The ceramic bonds were thoroughly mixed using pot mill for 4 Hours with felsites as the grinding media.
With metal-bonded grinding wheels dressed this way, it is possible to increase productivity by up to 30% in individual cases, compared to grinding with resin or ceramic bonded wheels, Ueltschi adds.
Trial cylindrical mold metal reactivity molds were produced using a ceramic bonded with the furan and sodium silicate binder systems to evaluate the two binder systems.