MIM (Metal Injection Molding), CNC machining, PM(Powder metallurgy)
CNC machining, Turning, Milling, Stamping, Grinding, Welding, Lathing, Cutting,
Die casting, forging, cnc turning ,casting ,sintering ,bending , Painting
Steel: Carbon Steel, Middle Steel, Steel Alloy, etc. Stainless Steel: 303/304/316,etc.
Copper/Brass/Bronze/Red Copper, etc.
|Surface treatment|| |
Avaliable for Anodic treatment, electroplate, Zinc plating , black oxide finish
Customized Sizes /According to Customer's drawing or samples
PM: 0.01mm; CNC : 0.001mm-0.006mm
|Testing equipment|| |
Thickness gauge, microscope, Altimeter, Endoscopy,Full-testing
CCD Electroplate Testing
|Salt spray test; Potassium sulfide; Adhesion|
|QC system|| |
100% Inspection Before Shipment
Natural, Requested, Customized
Standard Packing/pp bag+carton, or as per customers' request.
Automobile, motorcycle, textile machinery, industrial sewing machine, power tools,
hardware tools, electrical appliances, engineering machinery
For the production process as follow:
1. Metal powder mixed 2. Pressing fabrication 3. Sintering production
4. Oil immersion 5. Products shaping 6. Precision machinning
7. Steam treatment 8. Inspection 9. Packaging and delivery
2.What is MIM technology?
Metal injection molding process lie in its capability to produce mechanical properties nearly equivalent to
wrought materials, while being a net-shape process technology with good dimensional tolerance control. Metal
injection molded parts offer a nearly unlimited shape and geometric-feature capability, with high production
rates possible through the use of multi-cavity tooling
3.Is the metal melted during the molding process?
No, only the binders are melted allowing the powders to flow like a plastic material. Upon cooling the binders
solidify giving the part strength for handling. The part must be subsequently sintered to high density to achieve
the requirde mechanical properties.
4.Why should I use MIM?
MIM escels in producing small, highly complex parts that are difficult or cost prohibitive to produce with
convertional technologies such as machining or casting.