Strategy Milling debuts milled noble porcelain-fused-to-metal substructures

March 10, 2016

Strategy Milling©’s new CEO Scott Mappin officially announced today the availability of (Noble or Precious) Porcelain-Fused-to-Metal (PFM) substructures.

Strategy Milling©’s new CEO Scott Mappin officially announced today the availability of (Noble or Precious) Porcelain-Fused-to-Metal (PFM) substructures.

For the past four years, Strategy Milling, formerly a division of Atlantic Precious Metal Refining, has provided precious metal milling. Strategy continues its contributions with the new PFM substructures while maintaining its status of being the only resource available for milled precious metals.

“We reached the last stage of our PFM testing in March and are fully confident in offering this outstanding new product to the market,” says Scott Mappin, CEO, Strategy Milling. “We have received nothing but extremely positive feedback from labs on the quality of our PFM frames, and know of no other establishment that provides this type of service in North America. We are truly pleased to offer the finest PFM frames in the industry.”

The same milling strategy used on Strategy’s classic full-contour milled gold prosthetics is also used on the PFM substructures. Current Strategy Milling customers are not required to change parameters, and the outer surface finish reportedly takes minimal time and effort to complete once the PFM is returned. Laboratory professionals remove the connectors and then perform a light surface finish. This efficient process is designed to greatly reduces the overall steps, time, materials, and cost of traditional casting, CAD-CAST or SLM workflows.

March 2016 marks Strategy Milling’s fourth year of producing direct milled precious metal prosthetics for the dental lab industry. According to Mappin, “Milling is one of the most precise ways to produce premium products. By employing our proprietary process to manufacture a blank puck of dental alloy, we are able to consistently provide pristine products with virtually no porosity, and ideal grain structure, density and hardness.”   

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For more information about Strategy Milling PFMs as well as all Strategy products and services, please call 724-266-3269 or visit strategymilling.com or facebook.com/StrategyGoldMilling

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