MTI will be talking about Bi-Metallic Friction Welding and how it sets us apart in the joining industry at the 2016 IMTS show in Chicago, IL on Sept. 12-17.
MTI was thrilled to have spent the IMTS week in Chicago meeting new people, hearing about new challenges and teaching people about friction welding.
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.
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 manufacturing services recognized for outstanding technical performance on the TIRS-02 program.
MTI Dan Adams explains the manufacturing advantages of the bi-metallic friction welding process in this edition of Whiteboard Wednesday.