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Can We Produce ETP Copper Components Using Sintering/Powder Metallurgy?

10/09/2007 12:18 AM

Is it possible to manufacture ETP Copper components by Sintering process? Which can give 100% IACS continuity. I searched some articles but unable to find continuity upto this mark. In some article I found resistivity we can achive lesser than that of other manufacturing process components. But still artical fail to describe about its purity i.e. 99.9% which is most desired. Can any one assist me to solve this? Thanks in advance for this.

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Re: Can We Produce ETP Copper Components Using Sintering/Powder Metallurgy?

10/09/2007 11:28 PM

yes, this will work. They do it with copper and brass to make oilite bearings.

These are sinterred copper or brass with the interstitial spaces filled with oil/grease.

http://www.beemerprecision.com/

They will sell you bulk material for your application, compressed and diffusion bonded by heat soaking without the oil to the density/void ratio you wish. There is oprobably minimum order. or you can buy oil filled meterial and degrease it with solvent

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