Find out why the atomic structure of amorphous metal results in low shrinkage (0.4%) during molding and allows for the production of highly precise (±0.0008”), complex parts.
How is it different?
From MIM and others...
Learn three ways amorphous metal molding (AMM) is different from other technologies, including this one: Because it lacks a binder, parts are removed with final part properties – no heat treating required.
What can I do with it?
See how amorphous alloys are being used in medical equipment, automotive applications, sporting equipment, etc. – and gain ideas for how you can use it, too!