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Nonprecious alloys (NEM) applied in dental practice often show widely differing material properties after casting. This is caused by subjective and objective differences in manufacturing of these alloys with a given technology as well as by varying composition and structure of the alloys within and in between different lots. For homogeneous composition of crude specimens technologically caused variance of casting condition itself leads to considerable differentiation of casting results. If the original state of crude alloy forms is very different then there will be a levelling out and/or increase of scattering of material parameters after casting. Optimized computed-controlled casting technology in combination with defined muffle ring size could result in reproducible casting results.


J Lotz, W D Müller, B Altrichter, K P Lange. The microstructure and corrosive properties of the nonferrous casting alloys Gisadent NCA, NCS 1 and KCM 83 before and after casting]. Zahn-, Mund-, und Kieferheilkunde mit Zentralblatt. 1990;78(4):307-16

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