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  • Description: in Maritime components as well as underwater metal components. Products are available in prototype through high volume production quantities.Weiss Industries works with both coil and sheet steel (plain or perforated) or from cut-to-length tubing or blanks. Wall thickness capability ranges from

    • Capabilities: Shearing, Laser Cutting, Bending / Forming, Deburring / Graining, CNC Fabrication, Punching, Rolling, Stamping
    • Materials: Ferrous Metals, Nonferrous Metals
    • Secondary Operations: Assembly, Hardware / Fasteners, Painting / Powder Coating, Plating, Welding
    • Additional Services: CAD / CAM Support, Design Assistance, Just-in-Time Capability, Prototype, Short Run, Production

  • Description: Brazing Alloys Featuring Holtite Alloys and Miter-Al-Braze Alloys for Aluminum Metal Joining Brazing is a metal joining process whereby a filler metal is heated above the melting point and distributed between two or more close fitting parts by capillary action. The filler metal is brought

    • Welding Process / Form: Other
    • Brazing Filler Alloys: Other
    • Form / Shape: Powder, Strip / Sheet / Foil

  • Description: MACOR® MGC can also be joined or sealed - both to itself and to other materials - in a number of ways: metalized parts can be soldered together and brazing has proven an effective method of joining the material to various metals; epoxy produces a strong joint, and a sealing glass creates a vacuum

    • Shape / Form: Plate / Board (e.g., Fiberboard)
    • Length: 12 inch
    • Width / O.D.: 12 inch
    • Thickness / Wall Thickness: 0.1250 to 2 inch

  • Description: .003" to .019" which makes it completely flexible, bendable and formable. The grains cannot escape as in Diamond Compound because they are held in a hard bond. This results in the most versatile cutting, lapping and polishing agent available to the Metal working and Electronics Industries

    • Type: Sheets / Rolls
    • Abrasive Grain / Material Type: Diamond
    • Grit Size: 60 to 1100
    • Applications: Finishing / Deburring (Fine Grits), Polishing / Lapping (Very Fine Grits), Toolroom / Sharpening

  • Description: in Maritime components as well as underwater metal components. Products are available in prototype through high volume production quantities. Weiss Industries works with both coil and sheet steel (plain or perforated) or from cut-to-length tubing or blanks. Wall thickness capability ranges from

    • Capabilities: Buffing / Polishing, Cut to Length, End Forming, End Flattening, Machining, Painting / Powder Coating, Plating / Coating, Slotting & Notching, Piercing & Punching, Swaging, Threading, Welding / Brazing
    • Materials: Aluminum, Copper / Copper Alloys, Steel - Carbon & Alloy, Steel - Stainless
    • Services: Assembly Services, CAD / CAM Support, Design Assistance, Prototype, Low Volume Production, High Volume Production, Just-In-Time Capability, Packaging / Shipping
    • Industry Served: General Purpose, Automotive, Food Processing, High Temperature / Heating Fluids, Marine, Medical / Pharmaceutical

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