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Optimizing High Heat MIM Processability

SpecialChem / Dec 1, 2008

Metal injection molding (MIM) used for heat sink manufacturing in place of machining creates a dense structure with broader geometry options. The growing power requirements and shrinking size of high performance microprocessors presents ever increasing thermal loads and greater heat dissipation challenges to microelectronic package designers.

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