Metal Injection Molding Alloy

Metal for every application

Material options
Low alloy steels

Steels, stainless steels, tool steels, iron-nickel magnetic alloys, and specialty ferrous alloys such as Invar and Kovar.

Tungsten Alloys

Both tungsten heavy alloys, and tungsten-copper.

Hard materials

Cobalt-chromium, cemented carbides (WC-Co), and cermets (Fe-TiC).

Other special materials

Aluminum, precious materials, titanium alloys, nickel, nickel-base superalloys, molybdenum, molybdenum-copper, and particulate composites.

Ferrous alloys


The metal injection molding (MIM) process achieves high densities, enhancing the strength, ductility, and corrosion resistance of stainless steels. These materials are manufactured from pre-alloyed or elementally blended stainless steels, and include austenitic, ferritic, martensitic and precipitation hardening grades.

Variable strength and hardness


Low alloy steels are generally used for structural applications. Depending upon the heat treatment applied, they can satisfy a broad array of applications that call for hardness and strength.

F-75, FeSi, Titanium, and more


These MIM materials are manufactured from pre-alloyed powder or mixtures of iron and other elements like nickel, chromium, cobalt, and silicon. These alloys include some that are classified as soft-ferromagnetic materials which means they can easily be magnetized and demagnetized. Others are used for various medical applications.

So, just howstronghardelasticdenseare MIM parts?
Ultimate tensile strength
Hardened stainless steel - MPa
Stainless steel - g/cm³
Heat treated steel - Rockwell C
SS 316 - Elongation %
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