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  • Monolitik, Katmanlı, Ön Renkli ve Geçirgen Zirkon Blokları Sinterleme

    Sintering Monolithic, Layered, Pre-Colored and ...

    The most commonly used type of zirconia for dental CAD/CAM is yttrium-stabilized tetragonal zirconia polycrystalline (Y-TZP) zirconia. Y-TZP is a very durable and strong material, making it ideal for many...

    Sintering Monolithic, Layered, Pre-Colored and ...

    The most commonly used type of zirconia for dental CAD/CAM is yttrium-stabilized tetragonal zirconia polycrystalline (Y-TZP) zirconia. Y-TZP is a very durable and strong material, making it ideal for many...

  • Katlı potalarla 60-90 üniteye kadar sinterleme teknikleri

    How to sinter larger loads with up to 60 - 90 u...

    Not getting the same results for a single unit versus a lot of units are due to the following factors: Heat Dissipation: When you sinter multiple teeth units in the same...

    How to sinter larger loads with up to 60 - 90 u...

    Not getting the same results for a single unit versus a lot of units are due to the following factors: Heat Dissipation: When you sinter multiple teeth units in the same...

  • tegra MP1500 - MoSi2 ısıtma elemanı silica tabakası rejenerasyonu

    Regeneration of the silica layer of the MoSi2 h...

    The regeneration of SiO2 (silicon dioxide) is typically most effective within a specific temperature range. Thermodynamically, the best temperature range for SiO2 regeneration is generally between 1000°C and 1300°C. At...

    Regeneration of the silica layer of the MoSi2 h...

    The regeneration of SiO2 (silicon dioxide) is typically most effective within a specific temperature range. Thermodynamically, the best temperature range for SiO2 regeneration is generally between 1000°C and 1300°C. At...

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