“EWI Awards” presented to students at Ohio Academy of Science’s State Science Day

EWI was once again excited to sponsor the “EWI Award” for outstanding student projects in the field of materials science and engineering at the Ohio Academy of Science’s State Science Day competition on May 12, 2018. The annual event, held this year at The Ohio State University’s French Field House (near EWI headquarters in Columbus),Read more

Warm Forming of High-Strength Aluminum Automotive Structural Parts — New Paper

The automotive industry faces increased challenges to produce vehicles that meet the demands of the consumer while improving performance, fuel consumption, and emissions. Lightweighting structural components with sheet metal made of materials like high-strength aluminum (HSA) can help meet new standards and requirements. EWI Forming Center and 12 industry partners recently completed a joint industryRead more

EWI Welcomes AAM to Membership

AAM has joined EWI as a new member. Headquartered in Detroit, the company operates at more than 90 facilities in 17 countries providing design, engineering, validation and manufacturing of driveline, metal forming, powertrain, and casting technologies for automotive, commercial and industrial markets. The post EWI Welcomes AAM to Membership appeared first on EWI. Powered byRead more

EWI Capabilities to Support the Midstream Pipeline Industry — New Paper

Since our founding in 1984, EWI has supported the midstream pipeline industry through developing nondestructive examination tools, specialized testing and computer modeling approaches to support construction, repair, and integrity assessment of critical pipeline systems, materials engineering, and welding process expertise. EWI Senior Technology Advisor Tom McGaughy has written EWI Capabilities to Support the Midstream Pipeline Industry which outlines recentRead more

Ultrasonic Metal Foil Additive Manufacturing Explained

Ultrasonic metal foil additive manufacturing is a technology that was pioneered by Fabrisonic, an affiliate of EWI. It uses ultrasonic welding to build up metal parts layer by layer – a low-temperature, solid-state process that can produce 3D-printed parts as large as 6’ x 6’ square. Recently, Fabrisonic President Mark Norfolk gave a terrific explanationRead more

EWI Welcomes Federal-Mogul as New Member

EWI is pleased to welcome Federal-Mogul LLC as a new member. The global supplier of products and solutions to manufacturers of automotive, light commercial, heavy-duty and off-highway vehicles, as well as in power generation, aerospace, marine, rail and industrial, operates with two business divisions. Federal-Mogul Powertrain focuses on original equipment powertrain products for automotive, heavy-dutyRead more

Advancements in EWI DeepTIG™ for Higher Productivity GTAW – New Paper

EWI DeepTIG™, developed through the Navy ManTech Program in the 1990s, increases productivity during gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) by enabling simplified joint preparations and reduced number of passes. It is classified by the American Welding Society as a penetration enhancing flux with many user benefits. GTAW welds made with EWI DeepTIG are typically producedRead more

Exciting News from EWI in New York and Colorado

EWI, headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, has been helping manufacturers innovate since 1984. In recent years, we’ve expanded to two new locations, giving our customers throughout the country greater access to our technology, resources, and manufacturing services. Lately, our New York and Colorado facilities have been making headlines. Buffalo Manufacturing Works, our first expansion location, openedRead more

Corvus Energy is a New EWI Member

We are pleased to welcome Corvus Energy to EWI membership. Corvus Energy is a provider of high power energy storage in the form of modular lithium ion battery systems. Its purpose-built battery systems provide sustained power to hybrid and all-electric heavy industrial equipment, including large marine propulsion drives. The post Corvus Energy is a NewRead more

Advancements in EWI DeepTIGTM for Higher Productivity GTAW

EWI DeepTIG™ flux enhances penetration and reduces passes in GTAW. A new cored-wire version of the product reduces the preparation steps and increase penetration 250-300% over conventional solid-wire welds. This paper discusses the research and benefits.   Download the Paper     The post Advancements in EWI DeepTIGTM for Higher Productivity GTAW appeared first onRead more