Evaluation of the flexural strength of metal frameworks fabricated by sintering-based computer-aided manufacturing methodsSintering-based computer-aided metal manufacturing strategies have been proposed as an alternative to hard metal milling. While these fabrication methods have been evaluated in terms of marginal and internal discrepancies and bond strength to porcelain, limited information on metal frameworks is available regarding their flexural yield strength.
Effect of internal design changes on the mechanical properties of laser-sintered cobalt-chromium specimensChanging the internal design of a metal framework may decrease the manufacturing time, the weight of the restoration, and the amount of alloy powder used, as well as simplify the fabrication process.
Effect of layered manufacturing techniques, alloy powders, and layer thickness on mechanical properties of Co-Cr dental alloysThe popularity of direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) and melting (DMLM) has increased in dental practice. The layered manufacturing device, the alloy powder, and the layer thickness may affect the mechanical properties of layer-fabricated metals.
Effect of layered manufacturing techniques, alloy powders, and layer thickness on metal-ceramic bond strengthDirect metal laser sintering (DMLS) and direct metal laser melting (DMLM) have become popular for fabricating the metal frameworks of metal-ceramic restorations. How the type of layered manufacturing device, layer thickness, and alloy powder may affect the bond strength of ceramic to metal substructure is unclear.