Cr/Co (CAD/CAM) Oxidizing program

zero_zero

zero_zero

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Wondering what temps/hold you guys use. We rarely do PFM's these days, yet alone NP metals... Cheers
 
2000markpeters

2000markpeters

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we have not used oxidation cycles in about 25 years. Dont need them. Sandblast, steam, bredent Cerambondliner, opaque
 
rkm rdt

rkm rdt

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That's right zero, Canadians don't oxidize.
Nothing can kill the " metal"

 
2thm8kr

2thm8kr

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Who did you buy it from ?
BredentHmmmm2

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For the price of this stuff I would use an old high fusing opaque and just do a wash bake before opaquing
 
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Contraluz

Contraluz

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Wondering what temps/hold you guys use. We rarely do PFM's these days, yet alone NP metals... Cheers
As mentioned, no oxide cycle on NP (CoCr) metals. First firing cycle is the wash cycle. In fact, you may have to steam off the greenish oxide off the wash, that is built up. Once done, you should be good to go...

Oh, and make sure your porcelain is compatible. CTE etc....
 
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