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MIM Carriere Distalizers

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MIM Carriere Distalizers
Benefit: Increased Component Complexity
Main Forming Process: Metal Injection Moulding
End Use Sector: Consumer Goods
Material: Stainless Steel


The complex design is made in two pieces, a posterior pad with a socket and an interior rod with a ball on one end and a pad with a hook on top at the other end. After sintering and polishing, the ball is pressed into the socket in the posterior pad to make the final assembly, witch comes in three sizes, each with a left a right-hand version. Made from a nickel-free stainless steel, the parts are formed to a density of 7.6 g/cm3 and exhibit a yield strength of 80, 120 psi, an ultimate tensile stength of 95,520 psi, and 22% elongation.

Component Specification

Weight (g): 35
Density (g/cm3): 7.6

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