Article - 6 Feb 2017
Using Metal Injection Molding (MIM) to manufacture complex shaped metal parts is a growing industry. The size and shape of metal powders play a vital role in determining the process efficiency and...
Article - 6 Apr 2006
This study comprises a simple and innovative approach for the synthesis of á-alumina powders involving the use of the metal organic precursor aluminum formate Al(O2CH)3 and phase transformations...
Article - 14 Nov 2002
The powder metallurgy sintering temperatures of some common metals are tabulated, including iron/steel, aluminium alloys, brass, copper, bronze and hard metals.
Article - 10 Sep 2002
A comprehensive overview of the powder injection moulding process. Aspects covered include, the process, raw materials, advantages, formulation and binder related issues and the market for metal and...
Article - 20 May 2002
Low pressure powder injection moulding is a variation on powder injection moulding, with a number of advantages, which are outlined. It is suitable for metals, ceramics and metal matrix composites.
Article - 15 May 2002
The use of powder metallurgy for the manufacture of metallic components is increasing. This is due to its advantages over other fabrications methods. The advantages of powder metallurgy are outlined...
Article - 24 Jun 2013
In the refractory metal industry, fine-grain molybdenum (Mo) powder is usually produced by a two-stage reduction process. The starting materials can be either Ammonium Di-Molybdate (ADM) or Molybdenum...
Article - 20 May 2004
DARPA have provide $1.2m in funding to International Titanium Powder for them to modify their Armstrong process which produces low oxygen alloy suitable for high performance, blast resistant navy...
Article - 23 May 2001
Different types of MMCs and various manufacturing routes are explored. Many applications in the automotive, aerospace and sporting goods industries that are close to commercialisation are explained.
Article - 28 Feb 2001
Powders suitable for powder metallurgy processes can be manufactured using techniques such as reduction of oxides, atomisation, production from carbonyl derivitives, electrolytic production and...