you require complex or multi-functional metal parts, Metal
Injection Moulding (MIM) can provide an innovative and cost
effective alternative to the conventional manufacturing processes
of machining, investment casting or press sintering. In fact,
components that require intricate shapes can be manufactured
in high quality from a wide range of materials. Some of these
include low alloy steels, stainless steels, wear or heat
resistant steels, titanium, and soft magnetic irons.
Parts manufactured through MIM technology have been introduced
successfully into a number of industries. In addition to
the automotive industry as well as consumer products, these
parts can be found today in household appliances, locking
systems, medical devices, surgical instruments, measuring
and control devices, and many other applications.