The parts are produced using MIM-420 stainless steel in a single cavity open and shut mold with two slides. The first forms the rectangular opening. The second forms the two holes at a 60-degree angle on the opposite end of the frame. Hot isostatic pressing (HIP) is required to achieve an average density of 7.7 g/cm3. After HIP, an annealing process is performed prior to secondary operations. The parts are sized in a die with two slides, so that forces can be applied in perpendicular directions to the parts. A hole is drilled, and a countersink added. The frames are vacuum, heat treated, and tempered to meet a 40 HRC minimum hardness, and the frames are passivated prior to shipment.