Metal Injection Molding of Mechanically Alloyed Advanced Materials
Advanced Materials can be fabricated by mechanical alloying. However, the small size of the mechanically alloyed powders makes them poorly suited for many consolidation methods. Metal Injection Molding (MIM) has the capability of making net-shape parts with a high final density. This paper describes research on the compatibility of mechanical alloying with MIM. Powders of 17-4PH stainless steel and NiTi intermetallic alloys have been produced by mechanical alloying. These powders have been injection molded, debound, and sintered. Results of feedstock characterization, injection molding parameters, sintering and final mechanical properties will be presented.
J. W. Newkirk et al., "Metal Injection Molding of Mechanically Alloyed Advanced Materials," Advances in Powder Metallurgy and Particulate Materials, pp. 5.95-5.107, Metal Powder Industries Federation, Jun 1998.
1998 International Conference on Powder Metallurgy & Particulate Materials (1998: May 31-Jun. 4, Las Vegas, NV)
Materials Science and Engineering
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04 Jun 1998