Developed jointly by Manufacturing Technology, Inc. (MTI) and EWI, Low Force Friction Welding is the newest form of solid-state joining. It 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 welding.
In this latest white paper, Low Force Friction Welding of Bi-metallics: Aluminum 6061 to 1020 Steel Tubes, we further explore the capabilities of using this technology with dissimilar metals.
Low Force Friction Welding broadens the already vast bimetallic options of traditional friction welding.
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