Metal Injection Molding Technical Information

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Technical Information – MIM

MIM SUS316L
SUS316L is one of the most widely used materials in the MIM process. Its popularity is due to excellent performance on anti-corrosion, dimension control, machinability and polishing cosmetic. The low-cost and non-permeability also make it feasible to consumer-electronic.SUS316L also offers excellent finishing characteristics for PVD/DLC plating, painting, and sandblasting.

MIM SUS17-4PH
SUS17-4PH is also one of the most widely used materials in the MIM process. Its popularity is due to excellent performance on tensile strength and hardness which usually apply to the structural part. Compared to SUS316L, SUS17-4PH has a lower material cost, higher strength, and hardness, lower anti-corrosion. SUS 17-4PH is martensitic which can harden to 400HV after heat treatment but need to passivate to improve SST to 48hrs. It also can be CNC, polishing, PVD/DLC plating, or painting.

MIM PANACEA
PANACEA is a new favorite material for the MIM process. PANACEA means “protect against nickel allergy, corrosion, erosion alloy.” It’s as strong and stiff as SUS17-4PH and helps make the thinner part. Its non-permeability makes it more feasible to consumer-electronic since no signal shield. The nickel-free character makes it feasible to wearable part.

MIM F75
F75 is a new material applied to consumer-electronic recent years. It’s cobalt-base alloy and has much high strength than standard MIM material like SUS316L\17-4PH. The shrinkage is as stable and as small as SUS316L which means good dimension control. F75 is also strong enough for the structural part and non-permeability. The anti-corrosion performance is better than PANACEA.

MIM Tolerance

MIM Tolerance Sheet

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