MTI will build a double axle machine for a leading European truck manufacturer.
MTI representatives at the 2016 IMTS show in Chicago, IL are talking about our newest machine we’ve introduced: the double-ended rotary axle machine.
MTI’s extensive experience in automotive welding solutions is evident in the variety of parts our machines produce. Here are five ways friction welding can help.
Why should you consider incorporating friction welding into your automated manufacturing processes? It saves time and money. Read more in this MTI blog post.
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.
MTI’s double axle machine uses the latest advanced rotary friction welding technology to eliminate slow, manual part load. Here are 3 ways this friction welding machine improves axle production for the automotive industry.
MTI’s Dan Adams concludes his three-part Whiteboard Wednesday series on why friction welding is right for your 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.
Want to be a friction welding expert? Check out some of the most popular terms in the world of solid-state joining and start welding them into your vocabulary!