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Metal Injection Molding

  • Metal Injection Molding Offers a Sustainable, Scalable Solution for Medical Device Manufacturing

    MIM is becoming a mass-adopted process in the medical device manufacturing world. A more cost-effective and scalable alternative to traditional CNC machining and manufacturing methods, MIM can manufacture geometries otherwise impossible to produce while delivering on quality. OEMs can reap long-term savings throughout the production process and meet R&D and NPI’s most demanding timelines.

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  • What Makes a Good MIM Part?

    Metal Injection Molding is a manufacturing technology well suited for high-volume, complex metal components. A MIM part can be more cost effective than a similarly complex machined part. When designing for metal injection molding, there are several characteristics such as materials, mass, size, complexity, and volume to consider that make a good MIM part.

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  • Metal Injection Molding Showdown

    How does Metal Injection Molding compare to competitive processing methodologies such as machining, forging and die casting to name a few? As we compare and analyze these competitive processes, we will focus on four constraints of material performance, quantities desired, complexity of shape and application costs.

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  • The 10 Most Common Questions about MIM - Asked and Answered

    Want to learn more about Metal Injection Molding (MIM)? Dive into the 10 most common questions we receive here at APP about our proven MIM technology.

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  • Metal Molding – It’s Not Just a Theory

    Covid-19 has impacted many industries, but very few companies have felt it quite as sharply as medical device manufacturers. And, as if the pandemic wasn't enough on its own, over the past 12 months we've seen a cargo ship splayed sideways in a canal, a hacked pipeline, and global raw material shortages. Metal injection molding, MIM is a green technology built around specialists with the ability and metallurgical expertise to formulate feedstocks in-house which means it doesn't rely on fragile supply chains, greatly lowering risk for OEMs.

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