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Sintered parts for automotive components

Terminology

VVT: Variable Valve Timing
EGR: Exhaust Gas Recirculation
VGT: Variable Geometry Turbo

VVT assembly

VVT assembly

VVT (variable valve components)

VVT (variable valve components)

Sintered parts for automotive components

Sintered parts for automotive components

Sintered parts for automotive components

Sintered parts for automotive components

Sintered parts for automotive components

Sintered parts for automotive components

Features

These sintered parts for automotive components are well suited for cost-efficiency gains through mass production.
1. It is possible to manufacture near net shaped raw materials by using high-precision dies.
Total costs can be lowered by reducing cutting processes.
2. Assembly costs can be reduced by combining two or more parts.
3. Cost reductions are possible through mass production.
4. An endless number of materials can be created by mixed materials.
- Precision parts with complex 3D shapes can be produced even though the manufacturing method is more suited to mass production than machining.
- Sintering can create composite materials not possible with melted alloys and help further optimize materials.
- Sintering is environmentally friendly because the manufacturing process prevents material from being wasted.

Applications

  • Components for automibile
  • Stainless steel sintered parts

    - Sintered parts for VVT: uses iron parts with high mechanical strength
    - Sintered parts for EGR: uses special stainless-steel alloy parts
    - Sintered parts for VGT: uses iron parts with high mechanical strength

  • Sintered parts widely used in other industrial machinery and transport machinery

More specific application examples

  • Oil pump rotors
  • Variable valve components
  • Sprockets
  • Pulleys
  • Housings
  • Various oil pump rotors
  • Plate interlocks
  • Clutch hubs
  • Steering
  • Transmission components (AT / MT)

FAQ

Can any material be sintered?
It is possible to manufacture composite materials that are different from melted alloys, primarily irons, coppers, and stainless steels.
Can you deliver anywhere?
We can deliver anywhere, domestically or overseas.
I can't judge whether sintering method is suitable for the parts or not.
Please talk to us first. In some cases, we may be able to suggest alternative manufacturing methods (lost-wax casting, deep drawing, die casting, MIM, etc.).
I've heard that unit costs decline with large volumes of sintered parts, but what about small lots?
Generally, it's true that larger volumes offer better cost advantages. But please talk to us first about your specific needs.
Are thin-wall sintered parts possible?
It depends on the shape. Please talk to us first about your specific needs.
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