Metal Powder Parts Manufacturers and Companies

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  • Tulsa, OK

    Since 1967, PSP has been a leader in small, intricate custom powdered metal parts for a wide range of industries, such as Sports & Recreation, Power Tools, Industrial Equipment, Oil & Gas. We make the economic benefits of powder metallurgy – or P/M – available to a wider range of customers. Let us show you the superior design, consistency, precision & finish over casting, forging or machining.

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  • Kersey, PA

    Liberty Pressed Metals is a designer and producer of Powder Metals (PM) components for use in various industries, such as automotive, lawn and garden, office equipment, power tool, home appliances, and more. Our process boost product strength, precision, and durability. We are ISO 9001: 2015 certified. Our quality management system assures top-quality sourcing of materials, as well as unmatched customer service.

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  • Du Bois, PA

    With a dedicated team of over 40 professionals operating round the clock, we prioritize customer satisfaction by delivering superior quality products. Leveraging our profound expertise in powder metal parts, we consistently engineer solutions that surpass client expectations while delivering substantial cost efficiencies.

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  • Ridgway, PA

    Founded in 1947, Clarion Sintered Metals is a trusted source for powdered metal parts. Clarion’s powder metallurgy specialists assist in the manufacturing of a variety of precision, cost-effective parts and components to ensure you receive the best in quality. From design assistance to finished sintered metal parts, ISO/TS 16949: 2002 registered Clarion has the expertise to meet any challenge.

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  • Los Angeles, CA

    Our metal injection molding cannot be topped! We have years of field industry experience that we want to put to work for you. It is our mission that we will be able to offer high quality customer service as well as products that will withstand the tests of time to provide lasting value. For more information on what we may be able to do for you, get in touch with our customer service department today!

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  • Clearfield, PA

    Our design team develops and tests specific materials that are best suited for the intended application. By carefully reviewing various performance data, we can determine the most suitable material characteristics that will provide optimum performance during the product's life cycle. Our design group reviews our customers' existing processes and components, and in many cases, can design a powder metal conversion that offers significant cost savings with no sacrifice to quality or performance.

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    Connor Corporation is a leading manufacturer of powdered metal parts. We offer a wide range of metals including non-ferrous metals, stainless steel, steel alloys, and specialty blend alloys. Bring us your customs designs and our team will work with you to fill all of your needs. Connor Corporation also offers various secondary operations including plating and finishing operations, all of which are done in house.

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Metal Powder

Metal powder is used in the powder metallurgy process to make solid metal products. During this process, the solid metal material is reduced to individual particles, or powder, through one of many processes.

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Materials of Metal Powder

  • Aluminum
  • Copper
  • Bronze
  • Nickel
  • Brass
  • Steel
  • Stainless Steel
  • Nickel
  • Titanium

Alloy powders can be created from a combination of these basic materials.

Processes of Metal Powder

Metal powder is the starting product for the process of powder metallurgy in which solid metal products are fabricated.

Some of the most common methods are:

  • Atomization
  • Chemical Precipitation
  • Centrifugal Disintegration
  • Hydrogen Reduction

Atomization, the most frequently used method, separates molten or liquid metal into tiny separate beads, which are then frozen into a solid form of powder. Centrifugal disintegration uses a rotating electrode and metal rod within a chamber. The resulting force melts droplets off the metal, solidifying and forming a powder. Grinding and chemical reactions are also commonly used to formulate a metal powder from a solid metal piece. Once a metal has been deconstructed into powder form, it can then be used to fabricate products through the process of powder metallurgy.

Applications of Metal Powder

  • Automobile Components
  • Structural Parts
  • Filtration Systems
  • Magnetic Assemblies
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  • Powder Metallurgical Construction

Process of Powder Metallurgy

Powder metallurgy is a simple method that consists of:

  • Mixing the metal powder.
  • Compacting it into a die.
  • Then Sintering, or Heating, the die to form a solid shape.
  • The powder is melted, fusing it and causing it to bond in the shape of the die.
  • The result is a solid metal part, also known as a sintered metal part.

Powder metallurgy, or PM, is a cost-effective fabrication process as it results in minimal waste. Other types of metal fabrication processes result in products that need a lot of secondary finishing or result in lots of scrap metal pieces. Powder metallurgy uses the metal powders conservatively, and the pieces do not require excessive finishing. The process can achieve close finish tolerances with simple and complex shape requirements. Natural finishes on most metals are also suitable; therefore, extra heating and finishing are not often required. If solid metal parts undergo further heat treatment, this will add to their strength and level of wear resistance. For the best results in terms of metal density and smooth finish, high purity powders should be used.

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