Taurus Armas purchases Cremer MIM-Master continuous furnace

January 4, 2022

Taurus Armas has purchased a MIM-Master New XL in an effort to scale up its MIM production (Courtesy Cremer Thermoprozessalagen)

Defence manufacturing conglomerate Taurus Armas, São Leopoldo, Brazil, has stated that it has purchased a MIM-Master Neo XL from Cremer Thermoprozessanlagen GmbH, Düren, Germany. The sale was facilitated via Trilux Chemical Supplier. Taurus Armas already has high volume Metal Injection Moulding production capability, with a focus on parts for firearms applications.

The MIM-Master Neo XL is a continuous walking beam sintering furnace, chosen by Taurus Armas to further enhance its large-scale production of complex MIM parts. The production capacity for this furnace is reported to be 120% greater than the previous iteration of the MIM-Master, while still reporting energy (40%) and cost (35%) savings.


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