LPIMLow-Pressure Injection Molding
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The rheological behavior of LPIM feedstocks depends significantly on the binder constituents.
Poor moldability index results (below 1000) obtained for the feedstock 35PW-5EVA suggest that this simple mixture is not suitable for the LPIM process and should be potentially used with other combinations of wax-based binders in order to tailor the rheological properties of feedstocks.
21] have demonstrated that the moldability index of LPIM metal matrix composite feedstock can be doubled with a change in four percentage point of solid loading.
Werner, "Joining of ceramic components in the green state via LPIM," Advanced Materials Research, vol.