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Joining metal and ceramics by 2-component MIM/CIM

Presentation held at Workshop on Two-Component Powder Injection Moulding - Progresses and Industrial Applications, 24.06.2009, Dresden
Fügen von Metall und Keramik mittels 2-Komponentenpulverspritzgießen
: Baumann, A.; Lenk, R.; Moritz, T.

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Created on: 19.11.2009

2009, 23 Folien
Workshop on Two-Component Powder Injection Moulding - Progresses and Industrial Applications <3, 2009, Dresden>
Presentation, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer IKTS ()
2C-PIM; metal ceramic joining

Metal-ceramic material compounds combine the ductility of metal component and the strength as well as the temperature resistance of ceramic materials. The combination of the two materials steel and ceramic in one component leads to the enhancement of functional density and can be considered against the background of the aspect of miniaturisation. Both aspects representing the economical relevance according multifunctional material compounds as well as their industrial demand in terms of an obligatory development criterion. The presented work has the aim to characterize a joining provided between multifunctional metal and ceramic components manufactured via Two Component Powder Injection Molding (2CPIM). Nowadays the most common processing way to produce this kind of assemblies is trough brazing [1] or conventional powder metallurgy assisted by Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) [2]. However, these techniques bring some disadvantages like the needs of a third material do ensure the brazing or the non viability to produce complicated shapes of the conventional powder technology. To prove that connection feasibility appears as a way to overcome these blanks and is the main topic of this research.