MIM process advantage 1: extremely high design freedom
Compared with other metal forming methods, MIM can manufacture parts with more complicated shapes. Basically, all the structures that can be achieved by injection molds can be applied to MIM.
MIM process advantage 2: more material choices
MIM can use most metal materials. Considering economy, the main application materials include iron-based, nickel-based, copper-based, titanium-based metals or alloys.
MIM process advantage 3: excellent physical and chemical properties
Because the sintered density is very close to the theoretical density, the physical and chemical performance of MIM is also very good, such as mechanical strength, which greatly surpasses traditional powder metallurgy.
MIM process advantage 4: exquisite appearance
The surface roughness (Ra) of the MIM sintered blank can be 1 μm, and it can also obtain a dazzling appearance effect through various surface treatment methods.
MIM process advantage 5: higher dimensional accuracy
MIM can generally achieve a tolerance accuracy of ± 0.5%. With other processing methods, higher dimensional accuracy can be obtained.
MIM process advantage 6: strong and flexible mass production capacity
MIM can flexibly adjust and quickly increase production, from a few hundred pieces per day to more than hundreds of thousands per day to respond quickly.
MIM Process Advantage 7: Environmentally Friendly Processing Concept
The raw material utilization rate is close to 100%, which is a near-net forming technology that can effectively avoid material waste.