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|Title: ||Comparison between palm oil derivative and commercial thermo-plastic binder system on the properties of the stainless steel 316L sintered parts|
|Authors: ||Ibrahim, R.|
Wei, G. C.
Fong, L. K.
Abdullah, N. I.
|Keywords: ||Cell osteosarcoma;Palm oil derivative;Thermo-plastic binder;Vero fibroblastic;Binder system|
|Issue Date: ||11-Mar-2010|
|Publisher: ||American Institute of Physics|
|Citation: ||AIP Conference Proceeding, vol.1217 (1), 2010, pages 52-57|
|Series/Report no.: ||Proceedings of the International Conference on Advancement of Materials and Nanotechnology (ICAMN) 2007|
|Abstract: ||Binder system is one of the most important criteria for the powder injection molding (PIM) process. Failure in the selection of the binder system will affect on the final properties of the sintered parts. The objectives of this studied is to develop a novel binder system based on the local natural resources and environmental friendly binder system from palm oil derivative which is easily available and cheap in our country of Malaysia. The novel binder that has been developed will be replaced the commercial thermo-plastic binder system or as an alternative binder system. The results show that the physical and mechanical properties of the final sintered parts fulfill the Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) standard 35 for PIM parts. The biocompatibility test using cell osteosarcoma (MG63) and vero fibroblastic also shows that the cell was successfully growth on the sintered stainless steel 316L parts indicate that the novel binder was not toxic. Therefore, the novel binder system based on palm oil derivative that has been developed as a binder system fulfills the important criteria for the binder system in PIM process.|
|Description: ||Link to publisher's homepage at http://scitation.aip.org/|
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