MIM Parts

LOW ALLOY STEEL

Low-alloy steel used in MIM (Metal Injection Molding) contains 1-4% of alloying elements, which significantly enhances its mechanical properties compared to ordinary carbon steel. Furthermore, through quenching and tempering processes, its characteristics, such as strength, hardness, and wear resistance, can be further improved. This makes it suitable for use in automotive and industrial components, as well as consumer products.
The MIM-4605 has good characteritic of the ductility and strength and toughness and corrosion resistance.It could used in many industriaies,
MIM-4605 after tempered process,the final MIM Parts will get high hardness with high ultimate strength and yield strength.
MIM4140 is a commonly used low-alloy steel, suitable for use in components found in automobiles, gears, and engine structures.
MIM-4340 is a type of low-alloy steel, with a hardness ranging from 35 to 50 HRC. The parts are suitable for use in tools and automotive components.
Fe03Si is a type of soft magnetic alloy that is highly compatible with MIM (Metal Injection Molding) processes. It can be used to produce parts for electrical components.
Fe04Ni is a nickel-containing alloy steel that can be used to produce products with high strength and good surface finish.
A magnetic material prepared by Metal Injection Molding (MIM), mainly composed of iron and nickel, with 8% nickel content.
magnetic memory alloy compound with iron, nickel,chromium, brass, aluminum and etc.
Fe50Ni is a material used in the MIM (Metal Injection Molding) process, suitable for applications in the electronics and electrical fields.
MIM8620 is a type of alloy steel. After undergoing nitriding treatment, its surface hardness can reach HV400-500.

FAQs

MIM 4605 is a low alloy steel with a composition that includes carbon, nickel, and molybdenum. It undergoes a quench and temper heat treatment process to enhance its strength and wear resistance properties. This process involves rapid cooling followed by controlled heating, resulting in a final hardness typically measured at 47HRC.

The material’s high hardness and strength make it suitable for use in industries such as automotive, consumer products, and power hand tools. Additionally, MIM 4605 can be plated or coated to provide corrosion resistance, expanding its utility in environments where protection against corrosion is necessary.

It is worth noting that the quench and temper conditions can be adjusted to achieve varying levels of hardness and strength, allowing for customization based on specific application requirements.

MIM 4605 is a versatile low alloy steel with excellent strength, wear resistance, and corrosion resistance properties. Its applications span multiple industries due to its ability to meet diverse performance needs.

Low-alloy steel used in MIM (Metal Injection Molding) is enhanced with certain alloying elements, resulting in significantly improved strength, hardness, and wear resistance compared to standard steel. This is combined with the unique one-step forming feature of MIM.

1. In the automotive industry, it is used for components like bearings, gears, and rocker arms.
2. In consumer electronics, it’s utilized for parts such as printer nozzles and mobile phone SIM card slots.
3. In medical applications, it’s employed for orthodontic brackets and surgical instruments.
4. In the military, many firearms are being mass-produced using these low-alloy materials.

Often, we can customize low-alloy products to meet specific environmental usage requirements for our clients.”

Metal Injection Molding (MIM) low-alloy steel, containing 1-4% alloying elements, exhibits significant improvements in properties compared to ordinary steel. Thanks to the one-step forming feature of MIM, the maximum density can now reach up to 7.6 g/cm³, approaching the level of conventional steel. Furthermore, there have been substantial enhancements in tensile strength, yield strength, hardness, and impact strength. Additionally, the inclusion of certain elements can impart magnetic properties to the parts.
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