Metal injection molding
Metal Injection Molding (MIM)
Metal injection molding (MIM) process is an advanced metal forming technology that uses molding equipment for manufacturing both precision and complex metal parts. MIM combines a powdered metal with a binding material to create an intermediate mixture, called a “feedstock”; the feedstock is then solidified and shaped using injection molding to create the final product. MIM combines the advantages of powdered metallurgy and the flexibility of molding.
MIM Materials: Copper, Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Titanium, Ceramic
Our parts are suitable for door lock cores, pins, bolt plates, electronics, mobile phones, firearms, medical, defense, food and beverage applications. Our clients come from a diverse set of industries including automotive, aerospace, LED lighting, telecommunication, electronics, and medical.
We are capable of molding parts with up to 400 gm weight and ± 0.05 mm tolerance. We also provide additional services including CNC machining, shot blasting, deburring, polishing, buffing, surface finishing, powder coating, anodizing, impregnating, heat treating and carbonizing. We meet ISO 9001:2015, TS16949, and AS9100D standards.
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Maximum depth of aperture 2mm
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Amfas helps you consolidate resources, saving time and money. We will bring your component to fruition assuring the highest quality, and on-time delivery.