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...rivets, pins, sheet-metal nuts) are the most common joining method. They require a plastic that can withstand the strain of fastener insertion and subsequent high stress around the fastener. Conventional machine screws are rarely used except with extremely strong plastic. There are a number...

...is a void in the shape of the finished. part. These metal particles are then heated to their sintering temperature at which point. a metallurgical bonding takes place, and joining “necks” are formed at contact points. Metallurgical Bonding. In consideration of the above process, the design engineer must...

...manager of engineering at Van Geel Hermus (Venray, Netherlands). Because the equipment produced by the company is not made entirely of sheet metal, the firm has to network with other suppliers that can deliver the plastic parts, the aluminium die-cast parts, and so forth. "We are trying to deliver a total...

...content helps it maintain its integrity in reducing situations. This non-magnetic specialty metal alloy is easily machined, and is available in many forms, including sheet, plate and rings. All Metals & Forge provides alloy 600 to suppliers for the nuclear and petrochemical industries, as well as OEMs...

...a joint clearance of between .001" and .005" is optimal. When joining dissimilar metals, always consider their differential rates of thermal expansion when determining joint clearance at brazing temperatures. Home. About Us. Tech Docs. MSDS Docs. Services. Brazing Docs. Login. Contact. Brazing Alloys...

...of sheet metal. The CO2 laser typically has a higher heat input and creates more distortion than the YAG laser in fine welding applications. Newer to the market is the fibre laser, which has a wavelength similar to the YAG laser and offers a high beam quality output. It can be focused to a fine spot...

...injection molding equipment. It can also be blow-molded into hollow containers or extruded into film, sheet, and thick- or thin-walled tubing. Polycarbonate sheet and film can be thermoformed into various complex shapes. For short-run devices or prototypes, polycarbonate rod and slabs can be cut, milled...

...individually. A summary of bonding processes and the trade-offs associated with each are shown below. Table I. Summary of trade-offs for common joining methods and structural adhesive curing processes. Generally, two-part adhesive systems are made up of a base polymer resin and a catalyst. When...

Resistance welding was once considered only for joining sheet metals. No more. Delphi Technical Fellow for Welding Delphi Energy & Chassis Systems Welded thin-wall tubes form a variety of sturdy, lightweight structures. But joining the parts has its challenges. Conventional laser, MIG, and TIG...

...a brazing alloy? Are there any specific precautions to follow? It is these questions that are the topic of this document. Home. About Us. Tech Docs. MSDS Docs. Services. Brazing Docs. Login. Contact. Brazing Alloys. - High Silver Alloys. - Sheet & Strip. - Rings & Preforms. - CuPhos Alloys...

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