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Metal injection moulding (MIM) is a process that merges two established technologies: plastic injection molding and powdered metallurgy. It is best suited for smaller, high volume metal parts with high strength and wear characteristics that cannot be achieved with other metal production methods.
With our MIM services, you can produce small and intricate parts from a variety of materials, including aluminum, steel and titanium, at a much lower cost.
Tolerances are controlled at +/- 0.05mm or better on request.
|Electroplating||All metals||Plated material color||Electroplating is primarily used to change the surface properties of an object (such as abrasion and wear resistance, corrosion protection, aesthetic qualities).|
|Bead Blasting||All metals||Uniform matte of raw material color||Bead blasting is used mainly for visual purposes and comes in several different grits which indicate the size of the bombarding pellets.|
|Polishing||All metals||–||Polishing is often used to enhance the appearance of an item, prevent contamination, remove oxidation and create a reflective surface.|
MIM is a metal working process in which finely-powdered metal is combined with binder material to create a “feedstock” that is then shaped and solidified using injection molding. The molding process allows high volume, complex parts to be shaped in a single step.
MIM is a process that merges two established technologies: plastic injection molding and powdered metallurgy. It offers a manufacturing capability of producing precise, complex parts in large quantities.
The advantages of metal injection moulding have made it a choice for many applications across different industrial sectors, including the automotive, medical, electronics and aerospace industries.