When it comes to joining aerospace components, there’s several factors you should consider. Our aerospace partners like GE, Pratt & Whitney, Rolls-Royce, Boeing, and Honeywell trust the quality of MTI’s welded parts.
Manufacturing Technology, Inc., has shipped the world’s largest capacity linear friction welding machine, to Pratt & Whitney’s world-class facility.
MTI is excited to return as an exhibitor at the 2019 Space Tech Expo in California!
To demonstrate a continued commitment to quality, Manufacturing Technology, Inc. (MTI) announces the renewal of its AS9100 certification.
In the first installment of our “Will it Join” series, we take a look at one of our most popular bimetallic combinations: Copper and Aluminum.
South Bend-based Manufacturing Technology, Inc. will play a role in future space missions, including sending astronauts to Mars in the 2030s.
MTI has been a global leader in the aerospace industry with friction welding solutions. Here are five ways we’ve helped their manufacturing process.
The most advanced rotary friction welders ever built have found a new home at a Scottish research facility, where they will be used to help customers across a wide range of industries.
The first and only linear friction welder capable of full-sized part development in North America is fully operational and ready for project work at LIFT – Lightweight Innovations for Tomorrow.
Many companies, across all types of industries, have an interest in lightweighting. Friction welding can help them achieve lighter parts through a variety of different methods.
To demonstrate a continued commitment to quality, Manufacturing Technology, Inc. (MTI) announces that they have been successful in achieving Nadcap accreditation for welding at their Sheridan Street location.