AT&M Highmag expands Metal Injection Moulding production in Shenzhen

July 9, 2011

Shenzhen AT&M Highmag Metal Ltd, located in the Pearl River delta zone of Shenzhen in the Guangdong Province in China, is an established manufacturer of bonded NdFeB magnets with monthly production put at over 26 million pieces.  

In the second half of 2008, AT&M Highmag established a new advanced, high volume MIM manufacturing facility on the site and the company reports that it has just completed the expansion of a fourth MIM production line, taking monthly production to over 2 million pieces and annual MIM capacity to over 100 tonnes.

Annual sales are reported to be in the region of CNY 60,000,000 ($9.2 million).  The expanded MIM facility is now said to be operating 24 injection moulding machines and 22 debinding/sintering furnaces, and is said to be using BASF feedstock and catalytic debinding for MIM part production.     

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