June 25, 2019 · in Industry News
Impact welding equipment makes debut

A new practical explosion welding method invented within The Ohio State University’s College of Engineering permits welding of traditionally non-weldable materials. The first system was recently delivered to Tri-Rivers Career Center in Marion, Ohio. This novel manufacturing method is capable of bonding dissimilar metal pairs, including aluminum to steel and titanium to steel, as well as many other advanced alloys. The new welding technology allows for lightweighting by multi-material design and is an alternative to welding by melting, which can produce poor materials properties.

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