Conventional Powder Metallurgy is the process of compacting metal powder into a closed die, followed by sintering to bond the metal particles together to achieve high strength and performance. The high precision forming capability of the powder metallurgy process generates products with near net shape, intricate design features, and good dimensional precision. A wide variety of complex parts for many different applications can be manufactured from conventional powder metallurgy, including components for engines, transmissions, and ride control.
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