Metal injection molding is most suitable for mass production of small metal parts. As with injection molding, these components may be geometrically complex, thin-walled and detailed. Various ferrous and non-ferrous alloys can be used with metal powder, and the material properties (strength, hardness, wear resistance, corrosion resistance, etc.) are close to forged metal. In addition, since the metal does not melt in the metal injection molding process (different from the metal casting process), superalloys can be used without any negative impact on the tool life.
Metal powder sintering refers to the use of infrared laser to instantly heat various metal powders to the molten state to form them. At the initial stage, this technology was developed and studied as a rapid prototyping (RP) technology. However, with the maturity and application of the technology, it is found that the metal powder sintering equipment can be used as a new generation of low-carbon rapid manufacturing equipment. This technology has been used as a new generation of production and manufacturing equipment in many industries.
A professional degreasing furnace is used to gradually and efficiently remove the main binder in the injection blank, and the residual skeleton binder maintains the product shape so that the degreased parts can be moved into the burning stage.
Die casting refers to the injection of metal into the mold cavity through pressure in the melting state. Injection molding refers to the injection of the mold into the mold cavity in the plasticizing state. The temperature is not so high, and the mold accuracy can be higher, so the product accuracy will be higher, it is not easy to have burrs, and the appearance will be better.