|Payment Terms:||L/C,D/P,T/T,Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||100000 Piece/Pieces per Month Supply China components electronic for Electronics|
|Package:||Box and Carton|
|Place of Origin:||Zhejiang China|
|Product name:||Supply China components electronic for Electronics|
|Surface:||polishing, painting, sand blasting, passivation, plating|
|Technology:||metal injection molding | casting | machining|
|Shape:||Multi-level parts, Complex shapes|
|Raw material:||chrome, copper, zinc, aluminum, stainless steel, alloy, or customized|
|Packing:||Carton, pallet, box packing|
|Application field:||Hand tools, Medical parts, Automotive part, ect|
|Delivery Detail:||Shipped in 30 days after payment|
|Packaging Detail:||Neutral packing or according to your requirements for Supply China components electronic for Electronics|
Supply China components electronic for Electronics
MIM (Metal Injection Molding) combines the technologies of thermoplastic injection molding and powder metallurgy to produce complex-shaped, high density, high performance metal parts.
1. Best applied to small parts (typically less than 100 grams)
2. Offers lower cost solution
3. Improved mechanical properties
MIM mainly materials
Low alloy steel
Automobile, Machinery, ect
316L, 17-4PH, 420, 440C
Medical equipment, Clocks, ect
Various tools, Watches, ect
Al 2O3, ZrO2, SiO2
IT electronics, Daily necessities
W-Ni-Fe, W-Ni-Cu, W-Cu
Arms industry, communications
Medical and military structural parts
Fe, NdFeB, SmCo5, Fe-Si
Magnetic properties of various components
How MIM Works
The MIM process combines the design flexibility of plastic injection molding with the strength and integrity of wronght 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 operations
Comparison between MIM and Traditional Machining
Comparison between MIM and Other Processes
Min. Wall Thickness
Range of Materials
HZMIM has been in the MIM industry for years and now our product line includes: Tools, Medical treatment, Hardware, Electronic appliance, Automotive, Consumer products, Spinning parts and so on.
HZMIM provides the following services.
* Full-automatic computerized numerical control (CNC) machining
* Electric discharge machining (EDM)
* Wire-electrode cutting, etc.
* Polishing (normal and mirror)
* Laser engraving
* Electroplating (zinc, nickel, chromium, copper, etc)
Various colors, like: white, black, golden, brown, etc
To meet the specific hardness requirement of your parts.
Clean the tight adhesion or embedded particles from the solid surface.
Ensure a part’s metallurgical stability by making its surface more passive and corrosion resistant.
We will provide OEM packaging for your products, track the logistics of the products and give feedback timely, to ensure your products arrive in shortest time soundly.
* Packing method optimization
* Transportation cost optimization
* Damage reduction
* Delivery: 30-40 days
* Provide flexible order process
* Shipping method would be chosen on your demand.
* We not only a MIM product manufacturer but also prefer to be your partner.
Our MIM technology will realize your products ideas.
* We provide one-stop customized services from concept to market.
Including design; Material; Molding; Assembly; Packing and Shipping
Established in 2009, HZMIM specializes in the production of components through Metal Injection Molding technology. We are engaged in range of industries, like automotive, tool, electronics, medical treatment and consumer goods.
* Specializes in the mass production of precision metal parts through Metal Injection Molding.
* Over 35,000 square meters of production workshop, imported equipment(Cremer) and raw material(BASF)
* ISO9001:2008 and TS16949 certified, with an annual capacity of 50 tons of materials.
1. What is MIM technology?
MIM (Metal Injection Molding) is a manufacturing technology that combines the shape making complexity of Plastic Injection Molding with the material flexibility of Powder Metallurgy.
2. Is the metal melted during the molding process?
No, only the binders are melted allowing the powders to flow like a plastic material. Upon cooling the binders solidify giving the part strength for handling. The part must be subsequently sintered to high density to achieve the required mechanical properties.
3. How does MIM differ from the Traditional PM process?
Traditional PM uses high, uniaxially applied pressure to coarse metal powders in a die set to produce moderately complex components. Typically, no further densification is gained during the sintering process. Densities achieved by this method are typically in the range of 80-90% of theoretical which limit the physical properties that can be achieved for the given alloy. MIM products are not limited in shape complexity due to the flexibility of the injection molding process. The fine metal powders used - combine with higher sintering temperatures to allow MIM to achieve near full density in the final article. This allows MIM products to have similar properties as wrought materials.
4. Does the part shrink during removal of binders?
No, the part will not change size in the debinding phase of the process. However, since sintering achieves near full density of the powders, the part will undergo a size change of up to 20%.