FDM FOR HIGH TECH CERAMICS ON BASE THE ZIRCONIA IN APPLICATION OF DENTAL CROWNS

  • 1Technical University of Liberec, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Material Engineering, Institute for Nanomaterials, Advanced Technologies and Innovations, Technical University of Liberec, Liberec, CZ

Abstract

Technical ceramics is worldwide known as advanced material for excellent properties like hardness, compression strength, corrosion resistance, electroresistance, as well some of them are unique for the biocompatibility, as well for a lot of applications able to use into the human body. One of the bottleneck usage such sophisticated materials are low knowledge of fabrication mainly part of the process the shaping. To provide correct ceramic shaping step is the complex of material, design and technology skills, not large widened in present technical staff. One of the targets of our investigation was to wipe off the present border between the designer and technologist for ceramics fabrication. And Fused Deposition of the Ceramics (FDC) can be one of the ways how to resuscitate the interest in present young technical staff for amazing material like technical ceramics.

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