Application of Micro-friction Welding for Dissimilar Metal Joints
Friction welding, a solid-state process that uses high-speed spindles to weld materials, is notably effective for joining dissimilar materials. EWI has recently developed a new micro-friction welder for small-scale, dissimilar metals joining. The system has been demonstrated on both aluminum-to-titanium and aluminum-to-stainless joints.
Application of Micro-friction Welding for Dissimilar Metals, a paper by EWI’s Jerry Gould, Liya Amanuel, and James Cruz, summarizes this work and its applicability. To download this paper, simply complete the form on this page.
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