MIM Parts

Special Alloy

MIM (Metal Injection Molding) is an advanced manufacturing technology capable of mass-producing complex, small, and precise parts. Nowadays, it’s possible to use special alloys for producing modified components. Commonly used special alloy materials include iron-nickel alloys, tungsten alloys, and various molybdenum-containing alloys. The addition of these alloys significantly enhances the physical, mechanical, and secondary processing properties of the parts

Copper Alloy

Copper-based alloys, known for their excellent thermal conductivity, electrical conductivity, and oxidation resistance, can be used to manufacture heat sinks, sensors, and similar components.

Titanium Alloy

The primary titanium alloy used in MIM (Metal Injection Molding) processes is Ti-6Al-4V, which is characterized by its excellent corrosion resistance, lightweight nature, and high strength.

Nickel Alloy

The characteristics of nickel-based alloys include high corrosion resistance, strong mechanical strength, and excellent thermal stability.



The ASTM F15 alloy, also known as Kovar, used in MIM (Metal Injection Molding) processes, has a stable coefficient of thermal expansion. It can be utilized in microelectronic components.


Cobalt Chrome alloy

ASTM F75 is a cobalt-chromium-molybdenum alloy known for its excellent biocompatibility, high strength, non-magnetic properties, and wear resistance. It is primarily used in orthopedic and dental medical industries.

ASTM F1537

ASTM F1537 has a composition similar to ASTM F75 but offers improved tensile strength.
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