The advantages of Soft Blocks from micronised alloys with nanotechnology are really amazing compared to casting and other metal infrastructure processes. Quality, Lightness, Flexibility, Convenience, Economy etc … In Ni-Cr Soft Block, the average cost per member is € 1.50 and in Co-Cr Soft Block the average cost per member is € 2.50.
It is a fact that in the infrastructures made with classical casting processes, healthy production cannot be done with many negative factors such as casting quality, cost, element errors, loss of time, worker health, lack of stability, many devices and materials used. Laboratories are very successful in production with Zircon, Titanium, Pmma, Peek and similar materials. The only problem with which they are installed is the SOFT BLOCK which is the ideal solution for the laboratories in the metal infrastructure between Casting or Laser. If you already have a CAD-CAM device in your laboratory, the only device you need to invest is the Soft metal furnace. Even if you don’t have the necessary devices, you can have these devices with 2-3 staff costs. It is a very clear fact that the laboratories passing through the technology are more and more successful and appeal to more and more customers. You should not be afraid of technology …
In the coming years, precision casting method will be replaced by Laser and soft blocks and metal infrastructure. This transition is a materially serious risk in Laser sintering devices. In the soft blocks, the laboratories that have already adapted to the Zircon scraping process will be solved by the purchase of only one furnace.
In the case of conventional castings, with castles or induction, you cannot precisely adjust the casting degrees of our highly sensitive alloys. In Soft Block, it is possible to set even 1 degree.
Despite the centrifugal pressure in the classic casting, there is too much space in the inner structure. In the soft block, very fine micronized particle size alloy is pressed with high tonnage and isostatic so you get an excellent substructure.
It is possible to recover all (including the dust from the block wastes and the milling cutter) as long as the soft and small blocks of Nikelli and Cobalt are not blended with zircon titanium etc. powders in separate machines.
The defects in the classical casting are made by the welding rod of the crack extension crack fracture repair and the welding rod is different from the normal alloy. There are separate restoration mortars with cobalt and nickel.
Works sintered with the appropriate sintering furnace and programs should be brushed with a wire brush or a small wire brush attached to the polishing motor. This brush wire must be steel wire should definitely not be brass or yellow wire. Otherwise, your porcelain compatibility may be impaired.
The next steps are exactly the same as your porcelain work and habits.
SOFT BLOCK & LASER – WHAT IS DIFFERENCE?
Alloys used in laser are the Cobalt-Chromium alloys we call nimble. These alloys are extremely hard and require precise work and attention. Powders used during the work may cause many effects in the porcelain attachment of sandblasting bursts oxidation problems. Laser-layered production and hot cold passages can cause hairline cracking. The solution is possible by the sintering of the work from the laser to a degree close to the melting point, but this process is not preferred because it can cause deformations.
In soft blocks, the finer particle size than the laser is the perfect press and isostatic result. does not allow factors. A perfect sintering is achieved under full gas at 1220 degrees in 1240 degrees in Ni-Cr and 1280 degrees in Cobalt chromium. The resulting product is much more homogenous than laser, whether nickel or nickel. With your own devices in your own house, fast production is possible without waiting. Cost is more attractive.