Custom Metallurgy Metal Components Sintered Parts for Machine


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Custom Metallurgy Metal Components Sintered Parts for Machine

This product, Custom Metallurgy Metal Components Sintered Parts for Machine, is widely used in various industries such as medical, aerospace, automotive, industrial, telecommunications, gas analysis, and agricultural. It is a custom-made part that is fabricated using a metal injection molding (MIM) process, which allows for high-pressure injection of powdered metals and binders. This process ensures high density and close tolerances, resulting in small and complex parts ranging from 0.5 to 150g.

Product Description:
– Step 1: Feedstock
– Very fine metal powders are combined with thermoplastic and wax binders to create a homogenous pelletized feedstock.
– Achieves ultra-high density and close tolerances over high-production runs.

– Step 2: Molding
– The feedstock is heated and injected into a mold cavity under high pressure.
– Enables the production of extremely complex shapes and shorter cycle times.
– The component is referred to as a “green” part at this stage, with its geometry identical to the finished piece.

– Step 3: Debinding
– Controlled process to remove most of the binders and prepare the part for the final step – sintering.
– The component is referred to as “brown” after debinding.

– Step 4: Sintering
– The brown part, held together by a small amount of binder, undergoes sintering to eliminate the remaining binder.
– Gives the part its final geometry and strength.
– The part is subjected to temperatures near the melting point of the material.

Advantages of Powder Metallurgy, Metal Injection Molding (MIM) for Metal Fabrications:
– No limits for designers
– Ability to merge two or more parts into one
– Cost reduction for assemblies
– Green part and post-processing for special requirements

Customized Metal Parts Specification:
– Product type: Custom made sintered steel parts, precision components, CNC machinery processing parts, metal injection molding (MIM) parts, titanium parts, custom stainless steel parts, sintered spare parts, tungsten alloy parts
– Material options: Aluminum, stainless steel, brass, copper, metal sheet
– Processes: Metal injection molding (MIM), powder metallurgy, CNC machining
– Treatment options: Powder coating, chroming, electropolishing, blackening, galvanizing, painting, anodizing, laser cutting, texture, sandblasting, polishing, silk screening
– Tolerance: ±0.3%
– Drawing formats: DWG, IGS, STP
– Delivery time: 20 days for mass production

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1. What industries can benefit from using Custom Metallurgy Metal Components Sintered Parts for Machine?
2. How does the metal injection molding (MIM) process differ from standard powder metallurgy?
3. What advantages does powder metallurgy, metal injection molding offer for metal fabrications?
4. What materials can be used for Custom Metallurgy Metal Components Sintered Parts for Machine?
5. Are OEM and ODM options available for custom metal parts fabrication?