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Secondary Operations for Powder Metallurgy Parts


A sintered powder metallurgy (PM) part can be finished or treated just like any other metal part to achieve desired characteristics-corrosion resistance, improve strength ans hardness, surface wear resistance, edge-sharpness relief, porosity sealing, and control of size and surface finish. Plating, coating, deburring, welding, furnace brazing, heat treating, and stem treating are among secondary operations that are used successfully in the process of fabricating finished PM parts. Unlikes parts made using other metal forming processes, powder metallurgy parts can be […]

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