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How Vacuum Impregnation Improves Powder Metal Machining

Posted by Brett Eyring on Mon, Apr 26, 2021 @ 11:34 AM

A major benefit to manufacturing with powder metal is that parts are made to near net shape. Often, machining is thus only a secondary operation for improving shape precision and surface quality.

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4 Reasons to Seal Powder Metallurgy

Posted by Andy Marin on Mon, Mar 09, 2020 @ 08:49 AM

Like most manufacturing processes, porosity is inherent to powder metallurgy. Porosity is only considered a defect if it is interconnected and creates a leak path can affect the part's structural integrity and performance. This blog discusses the four main reasons why vacuum impregnation is used to seal powder metallurgy leak paths.

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