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Who should read this?

  • Design engineers, process engineers, and applications engineers in the automotive industry.
  • Or, anyone who would like to learn more about friction welding applications and solutions.

What will I learn?

  • How is friction welding used and what are the different types.
  • The advantages and cost-savings.
  • How OEMs reduce production cycle times, increase volume, and save on labor.

What does friction welding look like?




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About MTI

From our early days working for Studebaker Automotive to recent projects, our extensive experience in automotive welding solutions is evident in the enormous variety of parts our machines produce. Those applications include air bag inflators, turbochargers, stabilizer bars, engine valves, pistons, drive shafts, transmission gears, bumper shocks, suspension components, steering components, water pumps, axles, camshafts, U-joints, and so many more. Friction welding may be fully integrated into automated production lines to handle this industry’s high-volume demands.