3 Reasons You Should Consider Injection Moldable Metal
(Archive News Story - Products mentioned in this Archive News Story may or may not be available from the manufacturer.)
Crescent Industries, Inc.
70 East High St.
New Freedom, PA, 17349
Press release date: April 18, 2012
The three reasons you should consider injection moldable metal alloys for your next metal components are as follows:
1. Used on an injection molding machine
2. Superior Function
3. Recyclable & Sustainable
Used on an Injection Molding Machine
Xyloy(TM) injection moldable metal is not metal injection molding (MIM), powder injection molding, or metal filled plastic or thixomolding. Xyloy is a non-ferrous alloy, pelletized for use with conventional feeding systems, tooling and injection molding machines to produce metal components in high volumes. Since, this is produced like plastic injection molded parts it provides design flexibility plus the strength, stiffness and durability of metal components. These can accommodate a wide range of coatings, conversions and finishes to meet aesthetic, chemical and/or corrosion-resistance requirements.
Because of Xyloy's outstanding combination of mechanical, physical and thermal properties combined with its unique blend of strength, stiffness, conductivity and process ability can help solve difficult engineering challenges. The metal components are sometimes just too expensive to produce but by using moldable metal results in low cost production for quality metal components. The dimensional features of metal components can sometimes be completed or are costly but by utilizing injection moldable metals and having multi-cavity tooling options provides for dimensional accuracy with superior function.
Recyclable & Sustainable
Xyloy moldable metals are indefinitely recyclable and sustainable, with fully restored properties. There is no degradation of quality. Regrind can be reused and recycling uses standard automobile/scrap metal recovery processes. This material also meets current and future regulatory requirements RoHS/WEEE compliant, RoHS/WEEE complaint finishes, non-flammable, no halogen content, no heavy metals, no organics.
Xyloy injection moldable metal alloys used for producing metal components can expand opportunities and alternatives for the aerospace, medical, orthopedic, dental, electronics/electrical, consumer, and computer markets with the benefits of its advanced properties and cost effective production. For more information on moldable metal http://www.crescentind.com/injection-moldable-metal.html, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Crescent Industries toll free 1-800-411-3844.