Joining Bimetallics with Low Force Friction Welding
Low force friction welding, a
hybrid technology developed by EWI and MTI, uses an external energy source to
raise the interface temperature of the parts being welded, reducing process
forces required to make a solid-state weld compared to traditional friction
Low Force Friction Welding of
Bimetallics: Aluminum 6061 to 1020 Steel Tubes, written by EWI Senior Technology Leader
Jerry Gould with Zach Roelofs, explores the capabilities of using this
technology tubular geometries with dissimilar metals.
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this paper, for free, by submitting the form on this page.
To learn more about low force
friction welding or to discuss using this process for your manufacturing
application, contact Jerry Gould at [email protected].
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