The high-resolution Incus Hammerlab 65 metal 3D printing system will be used to provide functional prototypes prior to metal injection molding (MIM) production and offer smaller quantities of parts.
The good mechanical properties and exceptional surface aesthetics of lithography-based metal manufacturing printed parts are the key factors driving the adoption of additive manufacturing into the MIM environment.
Micro MIM Japan Holdings Inc. specializes in high-precision metal parts manufacturing using proprietary μ-MIM technology to meets the growing trend of miniaturization. However, the company is constantly working on new developments to provide state-of-the-art technology to meet market needs, unhindered by a sole technology. The Incus system fits into this strategy.
Cooperations across different technologies are made possible by providing technology transfer capabilities. The company supports customers’ open innovation with multifaceted proposals from several new technologies ranging from micro MIM (μ-MIM) to Incus’ newest LMM.
Micro MIM Japan Holdings Inc. also offers original-recipe feedstock (MIM raw material pellets).
Regardless of metal type or alloy type, it exerts its power in areas that were difficult in the past. They are suitable for serial production components with very thin wall thickness, high dimensional accuracy and high process capability index. It is an innovative MIM feedstock that expands its usage to high precision and high quality as well as miniaturization of the parts.