In part three of the “Eyes of an Engineer” series, we introduce you to two Notre Dame ESTEEM students who began working at MTI as part of their capstone thesis.
Low force friction welding produces a friction weld at a fraction of the force, offering several advantages over traditional linear and rotary friction welding.
South Bend area schools toured MTI in celebration of Manufacturing Day. The nation-wide event introduces students to high-tech manufacturing jobs.
MTI's Dan Adams provides more detail in episode three of our series on upset control and length control for rotary friction welding.