Metal Injection Molding

A large quantity of tiny metallic components

Metal injection molding (MIM) is a metalworking process by which finely-powdered metal is mixed with a measured amount of binder material to comprise a "feedstock" capable of being handled by plastic processing equipment through a process known as injection molding. The molding process allows dilated (oversized due to binder) complex parts to be shaped in a single step and in high volume. After molding, the powder-binder mixture is subjected to steps that remove the binder (debinding) and sinter densify the powders. End products are small components used in various industries and applications.


Tiny metallic components

Choosing MIM for the project of tiny metal parts, especially quantity over hundreds of thousands.

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