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The Art of Metals: MIM, Sintering, and Lost Wax Techniques

Updated: May 16


You can rely on Regulus to take your metal parts from raw materials to finished products with precision and efficiency. We specialize in a variety of advanced manufacturing processes, including Metal Injection Molding (MIM), Sintering (Powder Mettalurgy), and Lost Wax Casting, to meet diverse requirements for metal components. Whether your project demands the intricate detail achievable through MIM, the strength and integrity offered by sintering, or the classic finesse of lost wax casting, we can provide the suitable material and production process to fit your design and project needs.

Metal Injection Molding (MIM)

Metal Injection Molding (MIM)

  • Advantage: Good dimensional tolerance control, suitable for high complexity products

  • Feature of production: maximum length of product:100mm

  • Material:

    • Stainless steel:316L, 304L, 17-4 PH, 440C, 420J2

    • Iron base alloy:Fe-2%Ni, Fe-8%Ni, 4605, S45C, SKD-11

Sintering (Powder metallurgy)

Sintering (Powder metallurgy)

  • Advantage: Low-cost, high-volume production capability

  • Feature of production: products with simple structure and rough surface

  • Material:

    • Iron steel: FC-0202, FC-0208

    • Stainless steel: SUS304, SUS316

    • Copper: CT1000

Lost wax casting (Investment Casting)

 Lost wax casting (Investment Casting)

  • Advantage: Wide possible choice of materials, suitable for medium size products

  • Feature of production: maximum length: 450mm ; maximum weight: 20kg

  • Material:

    • Aluminum alloys:A356T6, A6061, A514.2 (AC7A)

    • Alloy steels:AISI 4140, AISI 8620

    • Stainless steel:SUS304, SUS316 Carbon steel: S20C, S45C

Comparison of Sintering with Other Metal Fabrication Methods

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