AMT MIM - Ceramic Injection Molding

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Ceramic Injection Molding

Ceramic Injection Molding (CIM) is a manufacturing process used to mass produce precision ceramic components with complex geometries. The four basic processes of mixing, injection, debinding and sintering are similar to that of Metal Injection Molding (MIM).

CIM excels at various engineering applications, using a wide range of ceramic materials which includes alumina, zirconia, zirconia-toughened-alumina (ZTA) and spinel. These materials offer superior material properties such as chemical inertness, high temperature stability, wear resistance and electrical insulation.





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Molding

A quality product is derived from its high quality raw materials. As the leading metal professionals, AMT pays great attention to the raw materials used in the MIM process.

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Debinding

The polymer binder is removed from the green part by a debinding process to form the brown part.

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Sintering

During sintering, the brown part shrinks and densifies into a net-shaped solid component.

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