We help customers get the most out of their processes and manufacturing output by integrating standard direct drive friction welding machines to supplement their lean manufacturing strategies.
Rotary Friction Welding
Dan Adams of MTI goes more in-depth in part two of our series on Rotary Friction Welding upset control in this latest Whiteboard Wednesday video.
In this Whiteboard Wednesday video, MTI’s Dan Adams discusses the oldest form of rotary friction welding, the Direct Drive process.
Dan Adams of MTI discusses the science of Radial Position Control techniques and why they’re so crucial in accomplishing a successful weld.
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.
In this latest edition of Whiteboard Wednesday, MTI’s Dan Adams highlights Inertia Friction Welding and how the process works from start to finish.
When it comes to friction welding, what’s the difference between rotary, linear, and friction stir welding processes? MTI explains.
MTI’s Dan Adams provides more detail in episode three of our series on upset control and length control for rotary friction welding.
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.
In part one of a three-part Whiteboard Wednesday video series, MTI’s Dan Adams discusses rotary friction welding upset control.
MTI’s Dan Adams concludes his three-part Whiteboard Wednesday series on why friction welding is right for your manufacturing process.