Not seeing your combination of materials? That doesn’t mean it can’t be done. Many of our material combinations are also proprietary. That’s why several of our customers use MTI’s in-house metallurgy lab, which will test your materials for strength and durability to see if friction welding is the right process for you.
Please note Weld strength is dependent on materials & geometry.
Take a look at the wins MTI is celebrating in their 2021 year in review and how they plan to spring forward into 2022!
In part nine of MTI's Eyes of an Engineer series, we sit down with Sarah Sahib, a software engineer who helps bring MTI's friction welding machines to life!
Seeking a joining process that would produce a smaller flash formation, one automotive company worked with MTI to find a new process for their tubular applications.
This episode of Whiteboard Wednesday will explain the differences between Friction Welding and, arguably, one of its biggest competitors: Electron Beam Welding.