Many industries use metal injection molding. Over the last few decades, industries that use small, strong and complex parts have grown the MIM business by millions of dollars. Medical devices and surgical instruments are manufactured using MIM, for example.
The aerospace industry manufactures parts for engines and seatbelts. MIM is used to manufacture weapons parts, Department of Defense equipment parts, eyeglass frames, camera lenses, and musical instruments. Consumer products include eyeglass frames, camera lenses, and musical instruments.
Small, complex metal parts or components can be produced in large quantities with the help of metal injection molding. Design flexibility, a wide variety of materials, reduced processing and assembly costs, and a strong, fast, and efficient product are some of the advantages of metal injection molding.
A variety of industries and uses use MIM products, such as the medical and dental sectors, the automotive and aerospace industries, as well as consumer products. Metal injection molding offers many benefits if you need to produce a high volume of small, complex metal parts.