Advantages of MIM

  • Complex geometries
  • Efficient use of material
  • Less material waste as a result of producing near net shape components and considered a green technology
  • Repeatability
  • Excellent mechanical properties
  • Tailored solutions using unique materials formulated to meet component/application requirements
  • MPP materials can be brazed/joined to a variety of components for complete assembly solutions

Key Attributes:

  • MIM is a repeatable process for complex components made from high-temperature alloys.
  • MIM parts are near fully dense, which provides excellent mechanical, magnetic, corrosion, and hermetic sealing properties, and allows secondary operations like plating, heat treating, and machining to be easily performed.
  • Complex shapes are achieved through innovative tooling techniques similar to those used in the plastic injection molding industry.
  • High volumes are attained through multi-cavity tooling.

Product Applications

For more than 40 years, MIM has been a standard process for manufacturing small, complex components that meet the diverse and demanding requirements of industries worldwide.

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MIM Materials

The MIM process uses a wide array of alloys and metals.  From stainless steel to tungsten alloy to low alloy steel, and more, MPP provides expertise in working with any material used in the MIM process.  MIM is an excellent alternative to other forming processes, including Inconel casting for aerospace manufacturing.

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