cermet


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cermet

A portmanteau of ceramic and metal, for a composite which has the best of both materials. The most useful medical cermets are bioceramics, which are used for prosthetic joints and other orthopaedic hardware.
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Por ultimo, la presencia de carbono libre se clasifica como tipo C y ya que el cermet no presenta este tipo de porosidad su valor se reporta como C00.
Sintered carbide reamer was substituted for cermet reamer and there was done a few of experiments.
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1995] reported on 37 children treated using a split mouth trial of a cermet (Ketac Silver Aplicap[R]) and a GIC (Ketac Fil[R]) in Newcastle Dental School (England).
Michell Instruments has announced an increase in the maximum pressure rating for their Easidew and Cermet II ranges of dewpoint instruments.
85 mm) chip load, Tru-Cut Saw's Aggressor Phantom cermet saw blades pull 10-11 amps and produce a near mirror finish.
Keywords: Rolling contact fatigue, Sprayed coating, WC-Co cermet, Peeling, Flaking
The unit densities parts to heal casting defects and voids, bonds similar or dissimilar materials, and forms net or near-net shapes from metal, ceramic, cermet, and graphic powders.
The HIP system makes parts denser to heal casting defects and voids, bond similar or dissimilar materials, and to form net or near-net shapes from metal, ceramic, cermet, and graphite powders.