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Exhibitor News| HyperTech: Upstream Powder Manufacturer of MIM Industry

Data: 2018-03-12
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展商快讯|精研粉体:MIM行业上游的粉末制造商



Booth Number: A315

Company Name: HyperTech 


HyperTech is a high-tech enterprise, established in 2010, located in Songshan Lake High-tech Zone in Dongguan City. The company specializes in the development of production and marketing ultra-fine spherical copper alloy powder, precious metal powder and other non-ferrous metal powder. Products are widely used in injection molding, powder metallurgy, metal 3D printing, all kinds of spraying, electronic paste, diamond tools, electrical alloys and other cutting-edge areas.

展商快讯|精研粉体:MIM行业上游的粉末制造商

HyperTech is the upstream powder manufacturer of MIM industry, series of copper alloy powder researched and developed by it has the characteristics of high sphericity and fine particles, large tap density and low oxygen content, good fluidity and dispersion, stable batch quality. The characteristics of HyperTechp powder are conducive to improve outlook and performance of products in MIM industry. It’s not only can be used separately, but also can be mixed up with other powders, playing a role of adjust and optimize process parameters and expand process field. 



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01 Red Copper Powder

展商快讯|精研粉体:MIM行业上游的粉末制造商


Hyper powder has the characteristics of high sphericity and fine particles, large tap density and low oxygen content, good fluidity and dispersion, stable batch quality, It is widely used in the fields of metal injection molding, powder metallurgy, 3D-printing, 3D-micro-printing, hot/cold spray coating, electronic paste and so on.

02 Bronze Powder

展商快讯|精研粉体:MIM行业上游的粉末制造商


03 Brass Powder

展商快讯|精研粉体:MIM行业上游的粉末制造商


04 Silver Alloy Powder

展商快讯|精研粉体:MIM行业上游的粉末制造商



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