Technological advances and demand are contributing to the growth of powder injection molding, says this article from Design 2 Part. “Powder injection molding, which produces near-net-shape metal, alloy, and ceramic parts, is a technology that has been around for decades. But PIM processes are said to be hitting stride because of better knowledge of their benefits as well as demands to manufacture cleaner and more efficiently.”
“The result is a lower piece-cost, high-volume process that allows manufacturers to produce precise shapes their buyers need — often with cost savings between 25 to 50 percent.”
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