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Metal Injection Molding

Mastars Metal Injection Molding

Mastars provides a full range of  MIM materials that are useful for a wide variety of applications. Low carbon and high alloy steels for case and through hardening requirements, a full range of austenitic, ferritic, martensitic and precipitation hardening stainless steels, titanium, soft magnetic alloys as well, Co and Ni base super alloys and select non-ferrous alloys. Many of these MIM materials can be heat treated to meet specific mechanical properties for the individual application. Post treatment option such as Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) can further enhance mechanical properties for the most demanding applications.

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Our Metal Injection Molding Process Offers Many Advantages Including:

  • Production of complex and intricate shapes
  • Low piece price for high volume production
  • Excellent dimensional accuracy
  • Exceptional surface finish
  • Machining generally eliminated
  • Consistency and repeatability
  • High part integrity
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Mastars MIM Capabilities

  • Materials include stainless and carbon steel alloys
  • Cast surface roughness: 0.8Ra to 1.6Ra
  • Weight capabilities: 1g to 700g
  • Size capabilities: 1mm to 140mm
  • General cast tolerances: +/-0.1mm (small), +/-0.2mm (bigger part)
  • Consistent lead times with stockholding options
  • Heat treatment, machining, assembly options
  • 3D design support
  • Wide market applications: oil & gas, automotive, aerospace, rail and more
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MIM(Metal Injection Molding) Relevant Industries

Automotive

The automotive industry represents a large part of the customer base and we believe to provide the highest quality solution for our customers.

Aerospace

Mastars combines the latest injection molding processes with proprietary technology and an in-house manufacturing engineering team to deliver high quality

Electronic Product

At Mastars , our team of experts have worked alongside designers and engineers for decades to bring inventive

Popular FAQs About Metal Injection Molding(MIM)

What is Metal Injection Molding

A metalworking process known as metal injection molding (MIM) involves mixing finely-powdered metal with binder material. Then, injection molding is used to shape it and solidify it.

Metal Injection Molding Process

  1. Preparing the feedstock
  2. Injection moulding
  3. Binder removal (Debinding)
  4. Sintering
  5. Finishing

Commonly Used Metals for Metal Injection Molding

  1. Low alloy steels
  2. Stainless steels
  3. High-speed steels
  4. Irons
  5. Cobalt alloys
  6. Copper alloys
  7. Nickel alloys
  8. Tungsten alloys
  9. Titanium alloys

Advantages of Metal Injection Molding

  1. Geometries complexities
  2. Material utilization efficiency
  3. Producing near net shaped components results in less material waste, making this a greener technology
  4. Reproducibility
  5. Superior mechanical properties
  6. Provide customized solutions with specially formulated materials for each component/application
  7. MPP is suitable for brazing and joining a variety of components for a complete assembly solution

Applications of Metal Injection Molding

With the metal injection molding process, we are able to produce numerous materials, including stainless steels, low-alloy steels, and stool steels, that solve performance problems in areas such as medical devices, military and defense, sporting goods, industrial, oil and gas, and aerospace.

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