Optimization of injection molding parameter of Ti-6Al-4V powder mix with palm stearin and polyethylene for the highest green strength by using Taguchi method

@inproceedings{Nor2011OptimizationOI,
  title={Optimization of injection molding parameter of Ti-6Al-4V powder mix with palm stearin and polyethylene for the highest green strength by using Taguchi method},
  author={Nor Hafiez Mohamad Nor and Norhamidi Muhamad and Mohd Halim Irwan Ibrahim and Maja Ruzi and Khairur Rijal Jamaludin},
  year={2011}
}
This paper present the Taguchi method of L27 (313) orthogonal array as a tool in optimization of Metal injection molding (MIM) parameters for the highest green strength. Injection pressure, injection temperature, powder loading, mold temperature, holding pressure and injection speed are Parameters to be optimized. Besides those, interaction of the injection pressure, injection temperature and powder loading were studied. The metal powder of Ti-6Al-4V is mixed with binder 60wt% of palm stearin… CONTINUE READING

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