Ultra High Metal Powder Densification for Manufacturing Highly Loaded Automotive Parts

Paper #:
  • 950387

Published:
  • 1995-02-01
Citation:
Miszkiewicz, L., "Ultra High Metal Powder Densification for Manufacturing Highly Loaded Automotive Parts," SAE Technical Paper 950387, 1995, https://doi.org/10.4271/950387.
Pages:
7
Abstract:
The object of this paper is to present unique technology for an ultra high densification of P/M products.Outline of powder metallurgy penetration into automotive market is examined. Its benefits and particularly its limitations are also stressed. Inability to reach high densification is shown as a single, most important factor preventing wide use of P/M products. Rotopressing which represents modern and unique way for ultra high densification of sintered products is then described. Applications of rotopressing as a direct replacement for wrought steel parts are identified. Specific application to manufacture gears and sprockets follows. Characteristics of process and product, their advantages and merits are closely examined.
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