Design Center

The metal injection molding (MIM) design process combines decisions on the feedstock (metal and binder) materials, component geometry, component function, and fabrication process. MIM has the capability to produce a wide range of high-performance, complex-shaped components to net shape, meaning that little or no machining is required to develop the final component. MIM Components are equivalent to components manufactured by other net-shape fabrication methods.

This site provides an overview of design processes. For a comprehensive guide on MIM design and industry standards, visit the Publications section of this site.

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