Application Ti3SiC2The wide application possibilities of Ti3SiC2 are endless in biomedicine. Dental materials and parts must withstand long-term Oxidation and remain stable. They also have to be flexible and workable. Ti3SiC2 has the ability to perform both ceramic and metal materials, while also being biocompatible, which allows it to be applied directly to the human body. Ti3SiC2 can easily be machined to precise thread sizes without the need for lubricant. It can also be used as a material in implants or other restorations for oral surgery. The Ti3SiC2 elastic modulus is lower than that of zirconia (1.9105MPa), which makes it more suitable for dental crowns made from porcelain. Ti3SiC2 materials are self-propagating and high in temperature. They have a porous structure that may be more easy to arrange and bond. Because of its low coefficient, friction it can be used for orthodontics in order to improve sliding and decrease friction resistance. It is important that the material be used in an oral environment to maintain its stability and corrosion resistance. The bonding strength of this and porcelain powder is comparable to that of porcelain or metal. Porcelain dental crowns have a wider application. There are also good prospects for Ti3SiC2’s development in the field of refractory materials. Rapid firing technology is being promoted in ceramic industries. This means that the cycle times for furniture use are becoming increasingly shorter. It is important that kiln furniture materials are thermally resistant in order to be able to comply with the rapidly firing technology. Specific development needs. Quality of the kiln furnishings has an impact on the quality and fire quality. Thermal shock isn’t a problem with Ti3SiC2 ceramic materials. The unique layers and plastic properties of the material at high temperatures may help to reduce thermal stress. Even after undergoing a thermal shock at T=1400, the material’s residual strength remains above 300MPa. It can also resist a temperature differential of up to 900. Ti3SiC2 ceramic materials have the advantage of being chemical resistant, simple to process, and low cost. This makes them an excellent material for developing kiln furniture. Advanc3dmaterials (aka. Advanced material by Advanc3dmaterials. With over 12 years’ experience, Advanc3dmaterials is an established global supplier of chemical material. We produce Ti3SiC2 with high purity, small particles and low impurities. We can help you if the purity is lower.