Posted tagged ‘Plating’

FINISHING OPERATIONS

August 23, 2011

Sizing:

Repressing the sintered component in a die to meet required tolerances.

06-measurement-sizing-tolerance-measurement

02-Sizing-Sintering-Height gauge

Coining:

Repressing the sintered component in a die to increase the density and to give additional strength.

03-coldforge-coining

Infiltration:

Filling the pores of sintered product with molten metal to improve the physical properties.

Impregnation:

Filling of Oil, Grease or other Lubricants in a Sintered components such as Porous Heating

Machining:


Removing excess material by using cutting tool to imparts specific features such as Threads, Grooves, Undercuts etc, which are not practicable in powder metallurgy process.

04-thread cutting-powder metallurgy

Heat Treatment:

Process of Heating & Cooling at a desired rate to improve Grain Structure, Strength & Hardness.

05-heattreatment-metals-hardening

Plating:

Used for obtaining Resistance to Corrosion or better appearance.

05-electro plating-methods-examples

05-electro plating-application-examples

Powder metallurgy is used in the following industries:

  • Automotive (Brake pads, Gear parts, Connecting rods, Planetary carriers, Sintered Engine Bearings);

07-composite gears-automobile-parts

  • Aerospace (Light weight Aluminum base structural materials, High temperature Composite materials);

07-Aeroplane-boeing-powder-metallurgy-applications

07-composite-parts-Aerospace

  • Cutting tools (Hard metals, Diamond containing materials);

07-milling-cutters-tooling

  • Medicine (Dental implants, Surgical instruments);

07-medical-applications-powder metallurgy

  • Abrasives (Grinding and Polishing wheels and Discs);
  • Electrical, Electronic and Computer parts (Permanent magnets, Electrical contacts).

 

07-electronics-computer parts

FINISHING OPERATIONS

August 23, 2011

Sizing:

Repressing the sintered component in a die to meet required tolerances.

06-measurement-sizing-tolerance-measurement

02-Sizing-Sintering-Height gauge

Coining:

Repressing the sintered component in a die to increase the density and to give additional strength.

03-coldforge-coining

Infiltration:

Filling the pores of sintered product with molten metal to improve the physical properties.

Impregnation:

Filling of Oil, Grease or other Lubricants in a Sintered components such as Porous Heating

Machining:


Removing excess material by using cutting tool to imparts specific features such as Threads, Grooves, Undercuts etc, which are not practicable in powder metallurgy process.

04-thread cutting-powder metallurgy

Heat Treatment:

Process of Heating & Cooling at a desired rate to improve Grain Structure, Strength & Hardness.

05-heattreatment-metals-hardening

Plating:

Used for obtaining Resistance to Corrosion or better appearance.

05-electro plating-methods-examples

05-electro plating-application-examples

Powder metallurgy is used in the following industries:

  • Automotive (Brake pads, Gear parts, Connecting rods, Planetary carriers, Sintered Engine Bearings);

07-composite gears-automobile-parts

  • Aerospace (Light weight Aluminum base structural materials, High temperature Composite materials);

07-Aeroplane-boeing-powder-metallurgy-applications

07-composite-parts-Aerospace

  • Cutting tools (Hard metals, Diamond containing materials);

07-milling-cutters-tooling

  • Medicine (Dental implants, Surgical instruments);

07-medical-applications-powder metallurgy

  • Abrasives (Grinding and Polishing wheels and Discs);
  • Electrical, Electronic and Computer parts (Permanent magnets, Electrical contacts).

 

07-electronics-computer parts