Is it posible to press Emax over metal nucleus and the restoration being successful?

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As the tittle says, my lab has more people working with wax than porcelain, so in order to make things faster I'm thinking in just waxing up the porcelain over the opaqued metal and pressing Emax ingot, my question is if there is a way to make it work and not cracking or something

Pd: sorry if my English is confusing, is not first language
Pd2: I'm from Mexico and it's hard to get employees that work porcelain but there is a lot that wax up very nice so that's why
 
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Ivoclar has a product called Inline POM, check it out, might be what you want. E.max will not work, the CTE for e.max and metal are too far apart.
 
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my question is if there is a way to make it work and not cracking or something
It will crack, big time.

As @TheLabGuy says, check with Ivoclar Mexico if they still sell the inline POM (Press over metal) ingots. I don't know how practical it is, I never used it.

Saludos para México
 
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Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think all PFM crowns from Glidewell are press over metal. Give them a call for guidance.
 
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Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think all PFM crowns from Glidewell are press over metal. Give them a call for guidance.
Obsidian is what they call it I believe.
 
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GC and Shofu both make (or made) press over metal ingots too.
 
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I have many many GC ingots as well as IQ if anyone is looking!
 
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