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Powdered Metal Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of powdered metal manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top powdered metal manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any powdered metal company can design, engineer, and manufacture powdered metals to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach powdered metal companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of powdered aluminum, powdered iron, and powdered metal presses.

  • Cleveland, OH 866-488-4405

    We do powdered metal and we do it well! We utilize our machines in order to provide you with the products you need exactly when you need them. We are focused on quality and you can count on us to offer nothing but excellent value. To learn more about what we may do for you, contact us by phone or email today!

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  • Brooklyn, NY 718-342-4900

    We offer the nation’s most diverse inventory of metals and alloys for foundry, sculpture, jewelry casting & other uses. Our products line features Brass, Bronze & other Copper Alloys, including Beryllium Copper, Boron Copper & Lithium Copper. Available shapes include Bars, Cubes, Grain, Granules, Ingots, Shot & Wire.

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  • Maryville, TN 865-982-8096

    Royal Metal Powders is a manufacturer and marketer of Copper Powder, Brass, Premix and Pre-Alloy Bronze Powders, Nickel/Silver, Tin Powder, Electrolytic Copper Powder, Phos Copper, and Lead Powders. We produce specifically designed powders for infiltration, carbon brushes, brazing pastes, friction applications, Bronze filters, PTFE, and many more metallurgical and chemical applications.

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  • Palmerton, PA 610-826-7020

    At U.S. Metal Powders, we offer advanced engineered aluminum alloys, pellets, flakes and a full range of coarse to fine powder, the company takes pride in its excellent reputation for consistent quality, dependable deliveries and flexibility in meeting specific customer requirements, including particle size distribution, chemical purity and packaging.

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  • Huntersville, NC 980-260-2820

    At Oerlikon, we offer AM (3D Printing) tested and qualified nickel, titanium, cobalt and stainless steel metal powders with the technical support required for successful printing. Our global engineering, sales, and logistics network means we are ready to help you select the best materials for your specific application. Visit our website to view our metal portfolio.

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  • Ridgway, PA 814-776-6150

    Since 1985, Intech P/M Stainless has been a leading manufacturer of sintered metal parts. We specialize in stainless steel components and produce sintered parts with up to a five-square-inch top surface. Our stainless steel powdered metal has a corrosion resistance not matched by other companies.

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Powdered Metal

Powdered metal is used to make solid parts from metal powder. Metal can be made into powder form using a variety of techniques, including atomization, chemical precipitation, centrifugal disintegration, and hydrogen reduction. Atomization, by far the most common of these methods, separates molten, liquid metal into small beads that are frozen into a solid form.

Powdered metal is formed from solid metal bars or stock shapes into differing grades of fineness in order to be used in a wide variety of applications for which solid metal is not suitable. It can be made from a wide variety of metals, or combinations of metals including iron, aluminum, nickel, copper, bronze, titanium and brass. Industries such as electronics, pharmaceutical, cosmetic, automotive and industrial all use elements of powdered metals in a number of different functions. While there are a number of different methods for fabricating parts from powdered metal, it is widely used in the process of powder metallurgy for the fabrication of rigid and porous metal components. Aluminum powdered metal, bronze metal parts and iron powder metal are all common examples of the types of metals which are used from a powder form. Solid metals can be made into powder using a variety of techniques including atomization, chemical precipitation, centrifugal disintegration and hydrogen reduction. The most commonly used of these methods is atomization. The process of atomization separates molten, liquid metal into small separate beads that are then frozen into a solid form, creating a type of powder. The powder can vary in terms of granule size according to the desired finished product results.

The fabrication process of powder metallurgy uses powder metal in the construction of parts and components of varying complexities. It is composed of three different stages of production. After the initial process of metal powder formation, the powdered metal is forced into a die or mold cavity until it is completely filled. These are typically simple hollow shapes that are able to be used repeatedly to make solid parts from metal powder. Both heat and pressure are used in this formation process. The die or mold is put under great pressure in order for the powdered metal to adhere together into a solid shape. The product is then further heated in a furnace to a temperature just below the metal’s melting point. This ensures the bonding of the metal particles together in a rigid and high strength part. Using a metal powder also allows for various grades of porosity to be achieved in the finished products. Producing powdered metal parts results in very little waste as the material is forced into an enclosed die. In fact, approximately 97% of materials used during the process end up in the parts and not as scraps, making powder metallurgy both cost effective and environmentally responsible.

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