THE AFT MIM SCHOOL
ENROLL IN THE AFT MIM SCHOOL FOR COMPLETE METAL INJECTION MOLDING INFORMATION
- Is MIM the right choice for your application?
- How does the process work?
- Which metal alloys are appropriate for injection molding?
- How can MIM reduce my costs?
- These and other questions are answered in the two-day MIM School, AFT’s free training for engineers, buyers and quality control specialists in the mechanical components field.
You’ll learn how to:
- Combine two materials in one component
- Design with internal threads that require no machining
- Combine several components and assemblies into one part, reducing your Bill of Materials, assembly time, and cost.
If you are now using stampings, investment castings, PM, screw machine components, or even machined parts, MIM may improve your quality and reduce your costs!
This seminar will change the way you look at mechanical designs—and could save you money, too!
Upcoming MIM School dates for 2015
Seminar Seating is limited, so use the form below to enroll today!
The company, our speakers and the program objective
POWDERS AND COMPOUNDING
Raw material characteristics and the compounding of metal powders
MIM INJECTION MOLDING
The unique challenges of metal injection molding using reciprocating screw machines
DESIGNING FOR MIM
The basic design principals, part consolidation, and general tolerance
rules for MIM parts
Debind, Sintering and Restage: Theory and participation
PPAP, NPI Process and Certifications
Coining, Heat Treat, and Machining