There are only a few ways to make a part from metal.
1) Pour molten metal into a casting. (cast) Cheap, strong parts, but brittle to side loading.
2) Compress the metal into the shape you want. (forging) Best, all around strength, but very expensive)
3) Remove metal from a block shape. (milling and turning) Waste metal has to be recycled. Labor intensive, thus, expensive.
4) Pressing with extreme pressures until the metal fuses. (sintering) Very close to forged, but much lighter. Small air pockets also make it better at retaining lubrication and losing heat. Also very expensive in production pieces. (Brake pads are usually sintered metal)
5) Most recently ... printing. (I don't fully understand how this is done, but I think the printed metal part has to be "baked" to weld it into a solid piece.)
Most metal pieces are cast, these days, no matter what the item is. It's mechanically and monetarily more efficient.
The "powdered" look you're referring to, BCT, is what a cast metal part looks like.
If you know a metal worker, they might take on the challenge of making you a set of forged jaws. (like the damascus steel ones I see on some of the pictures here.