Company officials have added metal injection molding to its line of manufacturing technologies.
Officials from Dynacast Int'l announce that they are adding metal injection molding (MIM) to their service offerings. The addition of MIM as a manufacturing process means that Dynacast will be expanding its ability to produce small, complex components using a wider variety of metals.
The MIM process is suitable for producing small and even micro-size components, often with very complex geometries, using metals such as stainless steel, titanium, copper, and more. Dynacast has been manufacturing small- and medium-sized die cast components for more than 70 years using aluminum, magnesium, and zinc alloys. By adding MIM as a new service offering, the company strengthens its commitment to producing the highest quality, precision-engineered components for its customers.
"We are delighted to be adding MIM to our service offerings," says Simon Newman, president and CEO, Dynacast. "This process is a natural fit for Dynacast, as it only sharpens our focus on providing small, complex components to our customers and it opens up a whole new market for us.”
Dynacast offers two manufacturing processes in addition to MIM; die-casting and injected metal assembly (IMA). These processes are used to make metal components and assemblies for thousands of companies in hundreds of industries around the world.