AMT Precision


Precision engineering is a field that focuses on designing and manufacturing high-precision products and components. Precision engineering is ideal for parts and components that require incredibly tight tolerances, often in micrometres or even nanometres.

AMT Precision is a leading provider of high-precision components and products for various industries, such as the Medical, Electronic, Microfluidic and Automotive industries. We specialize in designing and manufacturing tooling fabrications, metal and plastic components and products that require high accuracy and precision. AMT precision is ISO 9001, ISO 14001 & ISO 13485 certified.

Our experienced engineers use advanced technologies in our mass production and cleanroom environments to produce components and products that meet the tightest tolerances.

Our capabilities include:
  • Injection Molding Tooling Fabrication
  • Precision Mold Making
  • Precision Insert Fabrication
  • Specialty Mold – MIM
  • Cleanroom Plastic Injection Molding
Our Facilities Include:
  • Mori Seiki NV CNC Machining
  • Sodick MC CNC Machining
  • Roders RXP CNC Machining
  • Yasda YBM CNC Machining
  • Mikron Mill E 5-Axis CNC Machining
  • Charmilles Cut Wire-Cut Machines
  • Sodick Wire-Cut Machines
  • Super Drill Machines
  • Charmilles EDM Machines
  • 100k Cleanroom equipped with Sodick Injection Machines
With a commitment to excellence and a focus on customer satisfaction, we have built a reputation as a trusted partner for precision engineering solutions. If you require high-precision components or products, contact us today to learn more about how we can help you.

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Step 1 – Mixing

Very fine metal or ceramic powder is mixed with a thermoplastic polymer (known as the binder) to form a homogeneous mixture of ingredients. The mixture or feedstock is made into granulated pellets and directly fed into the injection machine.

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Step 2 – Injection

During injection, the feedstock is heated and injected into the cavity of the mold. This allows the desired shapes and geometries to be formed. The molded part is known as the green part.

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Step 3 – Debinding

The polymeric binder is removed thermally via the debinding process. The green part is subjected to the debinding process at a high temperature while maintaining its relative size and shape. The brown part consists of a powder skeleton that is brittle and porous.

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Step 4 – Sintering

The final stage of the PIM process is sintering. During sintering, the brown part is heated to below its melting temperature. As sintering progresses, density increases, pores are eliminated and the part shrinks to achieve a dense and near-net shape component.

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