Cost-effective metal components are compacted and sintered

Sintered metal components are cost-effective metal components

Here we highlight the benefits with the compaction and sintering method when aiming for the manufacture of cost-effective metal components.

Sintered components are cost-effective as they are manufactured in large series with high productivity and low energy consumption. Simply put, it is cheap to press and sinter large series in one and the same tool, because the press and sintering furnace have high productivity and low energy consumption and cost.

Cost-effective metal components are obtained when material utilisation in the production process is close to 100 percent, and when the manufacturing process has high productivity and is efficient, which is the case for pressing and sintering. There is no need to process it in several steps such as with machining, casting or forging methods where a lot of material needs to be removed to obtain the final shape of the part. These steps add unnecessary costs and leaves residual scrap, which is not environmentally friendly.

Saving operation costs

A shorter production process chain also leads to cost-effective metal components. With fewer operations per part, it reduces the number of machines and working stations needed, which in turn means lower investment and maintenance costs as well as reduced need for large production facilities.

Another important factor for achieving cost-effective metal components is to ensure the part can be designed in one piece despite a complex design.

All of these benefits above are obtained when using the compaction and sintering method when in need for cost-effective metal components.


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A small selection of applications that can benefit of the pressing and sintering technology:

ABS sensor ring | Balancer shaft gear | Bedplate insert | Belt pulley | Cam lobes | Cam phasing gear | Chain sprocket | Compressor plate | Crescent pump | Door lock mechanism | Electric power steering | Epicyclic Planetary ring gear | Epicyclic transfer case planetary carrier | Epicyclic transfer case sprocket | Hammer drill gear | HEGO sensor boss | Injector nozzle clamp | Injector yoke | Main crank bearing cap | Mirror boss | Office chair components | Oil pump gerotor | One-way-clutch race | Powder forged connecting rod | Power drill planetary gearset | Power transmission gears | Pressure plate | Reluctor ring | Seat belt retractor, recliner | Sewing machine lever | Shift finger | Shift fork | Shock absorber base valve | Shock absorber piston | Shock absorber rod guide | Stainless meat grinding knife and plate | Stainless steel exhaust flange | Steering column adjustment | Synchronizer clutch cone | Synchronizer hub | Synchronizer ring | Synchronizer sleeve | Thrust plate | Timing gear | Torque converter hub | Valve guide | Valve seat insert | Vane pump | Variable Valve Timing (VVT) rotor