MIM Electronic Component
Manufacturers prefer the metal injection molding process on account of minimum finishing operations, reduced material wastage, and production of unlimited components with enhanced properties. MIM is a relatively more cost effective technology as compared to other conventional fabrication methods since it lowers raw material usage, workforce, and inventory costs.
1. Material: Stainless steel, Iron-based Alloy,etc.
3. Standard: Non-standard
Metal Injection Molding for Home Electronic Industry
Stainless steel, Iron-based Alloy
Non-standard, according to customers' requests.
Zinc plating,chrome palting,nickel plating,painting,sand blasting,powder coating,polishing,anodized,baking finish,oxidation,electroplate,passivate
Turning,milling,grinding,lathe,boring,drilling,punching,tapping,wire-electrode-cutting,machining certer,MIM(Metal Injection Molding)etc.
Electronics industry, auto parts, medical equipment, sports equipment,smart bathroom, high speek rainway,etc.
The MIM process combines the design flexibility of plastic injection molding with the strength and
integrity of wrought metals to offer cost effective solutions for highly complex part geometries
The MIM process is typically explained as four unique processing steps(Compounding, Molding
Debinding and Sintering) to produce a final part that may or may not need final finishing