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Development Of Powder Metallurgy Copper

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As early as 10,000 years ago, copper was discovered and recognized as a unique metal. It was originally used for jewelry and other ornaments. Natural copper blocks or copper ore as raw materials, processing is very simple. That is, the original cold processing. As far back as 8700 BC, copper was used to make pendants for necklaces.

Copper has excellent thermal and electrical conductivity, corrosion resistance and mechanical properties. Copper is easily processed into complex shapes and filaments. Architects often use its bright red and corroded patina to decorate buildings, ceilings and outdoor installations.

Copper is easily alloyed with other elements and is widely used in forging, casting and powder metallurgy products. Copper and nickel alloys have excellent corrosion resistance to sea water. Tin can improve the strength and corrosion resistance of copper in solid solution. Zinc and copper alloys, known as brass powders, are used in water pipes, locks, valves, and pipe fittings. Copper alloys containing nickel, tin, titanium, beryllium and cobalt are as strong as high-strength steel and have high conductivity and thermal conductivity. Copper and copper-zinc-aluminium alloys are often used to produce flake gold powders. By adjusting the tin-nickel composition, specific colors can be generated.

In the field of powder metallurgy, pure copper powder is used to produce electronic and heat-conducting components. Copper alloys containing tin, zinc, nickel, or iron are widely used in automobiles, lawn and park equipment, tools, and electronics. Copper powders are most commonly used in self-lubricating bearings, as well as fe-cu premixed, dialytic and friction material components in chemical industry.

The characteristic application of copper powder is powder metallurgy. Materials in this field are not obtained by smelting and casting. For example, Self-lubricating bearings and filters are typical applications of powder metallurgy. These materials require proper porosity so that the oil content is well lubricated. Copper powder can be manufactured into complex electrical and electronic components by metal injection molding process as well. This product has good electrical and thermal conductivity. We can use high purity copper powder to improve electrical conductivity and thermal conductivity by increasing part’s final density. Metal injection molding process can improve the density of copper powder, and the conductivity and thermal conductivity will increase accordingly.

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