Sintering parts are high-precision components, which are made of metal powders using special processing methods. Sintering is done by pressing the metal powders into a mould under controlled pressure and is then melted under a protective gas. This leads to a part with high tensile strength. This processing method is characterized by: Design latitude and high precision in two-dimensional areas. Tolerances of quality level IT 7 - IT 8 are easily achieved without additional work and for that reason Sintering is very qualified for the production of gears and hydraulic parts. Approved materials - Usually iron and copper are the basis for the used material. Depending on the individual application they may be alloyed with chrome, nickel or other elements. Very good antifriction properties can be achieved by impregnation with oil or other lubricants. Economical and ecological processing methods - With a minimum of material loss and efficient production steps, high precision parts can be manufactured, which are either ready to use or can, if necessary be further machined.