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In this work, CoCrMo-base alloys specimens were produced by additive manufacturing using selective laser melting (SLM) as well as CAD/CAM milling. For SLM specimens, spherical particles were laser processed at 1320°C under argon atmosphere and submitted to thermal stress relieving at 750°C-45min. Specimens from CoCrMo blocks were milled by CAD/CAM machining and sintered at 1300°C-60min. The materials from both techniques were characterized by relative density, dilatometry, SEM/BSE, OM and XRDdoi:10.1590/1980-5373-mr-2019-0599 fatcat:oazxeq4nwvcdtebcqplob6z7au