In order to diversify its business proposal, the company has contributed to the green-field development of the MIM (Metal Injection Moulding) process, with an external partner. Internal skills allow us to develop the design of moulds and equipment, the choice of materials (exclusively from a world-leading supplier) and the subsequent machining and finishing processes. The large geometric flexibility of this technology, in some cases, allows us to replace forged or pressed components that are normally obtained from a bar, i.e. to obtain a semi-finished component very close to its final dimensions, thus saving on subsequent treatments. The materials that can be obtained are:
– titanium

– stainless steels (for example 630, 316)

– chromium steels (for example 42CrMo)

– alloy steels (for example 100Cr6, 42CrMo4)