While these are the top three industries for spin welding, the practice has a variety of uses. In fact, any project that needs increased flexibility, innovative design, and manufacturing savings is often a great place to find spin welding use.
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All companies will tell you about the high quality of their product. Friction welding companies are no different. It’s part of the sale, after all. At Spinweld, we pride ourselves on the amazing quality of our work.
The core purpose of joining two dissimilar metals is to create more efficient tubes, shafts, and industrial rollers. These key parts of manufacturing are used frequently in vehicles, from the automobile you might drive to planes and even in ships.
Today we’re going to look at why you should choose friction welding over other types, examining the many advantages of the process.
Just what is friction welding? Good question! When you think of welding, you may think of various sized and shaped components, as well as gases, smoke, fumes, or waste. Friction welding, unlike other forms of welding, is a solution that is totally eco-friendly. Like other types of welding, friction welding, also known as spin welding, […]
Strength testing is a large part of friction welding quality control because many OEMs have specifications to meet for required strength to ensure maximum performance of the component.
Friction welding has been around for a long time, we thought it would be a great idea to discuss some of the key terminology used in the friction welding process along with a few other industry terms.
There is no reason companies wouldn’t want to incorporate friction welding into their manufacturing process. From cost-effectiveness to time saving and consistent quality to reduced waste, the benefits are many.