Global Strainer Filter Market 2020: Eaton Filtration, Parker Hannifin Corporation, Krone Filtertechnik, Filter Specialists and more

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Plastic-like forming process for metals offers cost and quality advantages for aircraft manufacturers.

Plastic-like forming process for metals offers cost and quality advantages for aircraft manufacturers. There are an estimated 700,000 components in a Boeing 737NG, with more than 7,000 of these planes built to date. Many of these parts are produced via traditional manufacturing methods that require die-casting and value-added processes – machining, metal finishing, plating. Metal injection molding (MIM) technology provides an alternative, and often better, processing method for the huge quantity of fasteners, screws, seatbelt components, wing flap screw seals, bushings, and dozens of areospace components. These important aerospace components are candidates for cost savings, weight savings, durability improvements, and enhanced cosmetic appearance by using MIM. Every metal injection molding (MIM) project begins with mold design and build, which can take up to 16 weeks. Once the tooling is set, manufacturing time for batch quantities of 2,500 and higher can usually be accomplished in 4 weeks or less for as-sintered parts. Aircraft designers should think in terms of the initial mold cost and the price of a one-year quantity of parts. Then amortize both over the projected design li...