1911 mim parts


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1911 MIM Parts

The 1911 1911 pistols is a very classic single-action pistol, designed by John M. Browning, manufactured by the American Colt Company in 1911. . Because of its unique shape design and reliable performance, it has become a classic.

The main structural features of the 1911 pistol are internal combustion, single-row magazine feeding, and a single-action trigger. Its compact structure, stable shooting and simple operation are widely used in army, police, and personal defense.

At the beginning, many of the parts in the pistol were made of paraffin casting. The parts produced had large roughness, low precision, very high processing cost and long processing cycle.

With the maturity and promotion of MIM technology, it was applied to the production of gun parts very early. MIM is an injection molding process that can quickly and mass-produce smaller, more complex gun parts that are stronger and more durable than traditional ones. And greatly reduce the cost of parts manufacturing

Commonly used MIM gun parts are: the rear, hammer, thumb safety, slide stop, trigger, etc.

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kimber started using Metal Injection Molding (MIM) technology in their 1911 pistols in the mid-1990s. The company began experimenting with MIM parts as a cost-effective alternative to traditional methods of manufacturing small, intricate parts such as triggers and hammers.

By utilizing MIM, Kimber could produce more consistent quality parts that required less finishing work than those made through traditional methods. Today, many manufacturers use MIM technology for various parts of their firearms, including the iconic 1911.

Colt first began using Metal Injection Molding (MIM) in their 1911 pistols in the early 2000s. Like Kimber, Colt saw MIM technology as a cost-effective way to produce small, intricate parts such as triggers, hammers, and sears.

Nevertheless, Colt and other manufacturers have continued to use MIM technology with success in their 1911 pistols.

1911 parts

As gun lovers have higher and higher requirements for guns, more lightweight and stabilized titanium gun parts appear, and we have seen 1911 titanium parts in many 1911

Can you sign our NDA before we provide sensitive project information?

Yes, this is a routine operation for most companies before making an inquiry.

Do you provide proofing services?

We have metal 3D printing equipment and can provide sample 3D printing.

Why do I need to provide 2D (PDF) and 3D (STEP) drawings during inquiry?

3D drawings allow engineers to better understand the structure of the product, and 2D documents can provide more information, including materials, tolerances, surface treatment, etc. More detailed information is conducive to more accurate quotation by engineers.

How long does it take to get a quote after sending an inquiry?

In the case of detailed inquiry drawings and information, it usually only takes 2-3 days for us to give you a detailed quotation, including product price and mold price.

What preparations need to be made before confirming production?

After confirming the order, we usually take 5-7 days to prepare the DFM report of the product. After confirmation, we spend 25 days to complete the mold, and provide T1 samples to customers for testing in the following 10-15 days.

If there is a problem with the test, we will re-sample it for free based on the feedback and provide a suitable sample.

What is the MOQ?

MIM products MOQ 2000 PCS,

CNC products MOQ 2000 PCS,

Alu die casting,  MOQ 2000 PCS

PM product MOQ 5000 PCS

JH MIM lead time?

Typically, the lead time for processing and submitting samples is 30 days. However, according to the order quantity and special requirements of customers, we can extend or shorten the delivery cycle accordingly.

How to ensure quality?

1-year product warranty

World-class testing equipment

30+QC Workers

Key sizes 100% checking before shipment


What is the payment method for JH MIM orders?

Usually T/T is used as the payment method

Mold: 50% deposit, 50% payment after confirming the sample.

Bulk production: 30% deposit, 30% see bill of lading Copy, pay 70% balance.

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