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Joining Technologies, Inc.


Joining Technologies, Inc. has published these technical articles:

(Contract Manufacturing and Fabrication)
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A comparison of Joining Technologies' proprietary cladding processes, LAW® and LAP® in the areas of Material Utilization, Porosity, Heat Input, and Geometry. This information is helpful in... (View Full Article)
(Contract Manufacturing and Fabrication)
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Laser welding is a high energy beam process and in this regard is similar to electron beam. With that exception they are unlike one another. The energy density of the laser is achieved by the... (View Full Article)
(Hand, Power and Assembly Tools)
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Sensors are devices that monitor changes or variations in an object or process relative to a reference standard. Depending on their intended function, they can recognize changes in weight, vibration,... (View Full Article)
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Manual welding/cladding, using pulsed Nd:YAG lasers, is a developing process that has recently been introduced to North American tool and moldmakers. Laser energy supplies the heat to fuse tool steel... (View Full Article)
(Hand, Power and Assembly Tools)
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In recent years laser welding has advanced into many different industries, from automotive to electronics. With lasers, it is possible to weld a high speeds with great efficiency. Once unthinkable... (View Full Article)
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Whether you're building or selecting a sensor, which type of welding should be part of the manufacturing process? Not surprisingly, the choice depends on the sensor's material characteristics and the... (View Full Article)
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A lap joint is formed by overlapping two plates and welding them either in the joint where they meet, as is done in GTAW and PAW, or through the top plate and into the bottom plate. This is usually... (View Full Article)
(Hand, Power and Assembly Tools)
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The fifth major type of welding connection is the corner joint. As its name implies, this joint is used to connect two parts together to form a corner. This weld type is extremely useful and can be... (View Full Article)
(Hand, Power and Assembly Tools)
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Tee joints are used when one part must be joined to the center of another part forming a "T". Like the other types of weld, there are several ways that this joint can be prepared and welded, each with... (View Full Article)
(Hand, Power and Assembly Tools)
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When very thin plates, foils or diaphragms need to be welded, it is often unfeasible to use either a butt joint or even a lap joint, on the grounds that even a minimal amount of power would burn... (View Full Article)
(Hand, Power and Assembly Tools)
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One of the most common types of weld joints in manufacturing is the butt joint. This joint is formed when the two pieces to be welded are simply placed face to face and the welding head run over it.... (View Full Article)
(Hand, Power and Assembly Tools)
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Welders have been joining miniature electromechanical devices for industrial and medical applications for more than 30 years. However, it's a subject that hasn't been featured much in papers and... (View Full Article)
(Hand, Power and Assembly Tools)
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Micro-joining techniques employing electron beam energy sources may be one of the most under utilized joining process in industry today. The unapprised engineer may never fully exploit its full... (View Full Article)
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Most plastic injection molds require surface restoration during the life of the mold. Specialty welders are needed because of the precise nature of restoration and the value of the die/mold. The... (View Full Article)
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The development of the GTAW process was accelerated early in 1940. Initially the process was called 'Heliarc', because Helium was used for the shielding gas. Later when argon was available the process... (View Full Article)
(Hand, Power and Assembly Tools)
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One form of welding that is rapidly gaining in popularity as electronics and other devices continue to shrink is the process of micro resistance welding. This process is a thermal process, where the... (View Full Article)
(Hand, Power and Assembly Tools)
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Most plastic injection molds require surface restoration during the life of the mold. Specialty welders are needed because of the precise nature of restoration and the value of the die/mold. The... (View Full Article)
(Hand, Power and Assembly Tools)
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One form of welding that is rapidly gaining in popularity as electronics and other devices continue to shrink is the process of micro resistance welding. This process is a thermal process, where the... (View Full Article)
(Hand, Power and Assembly Tools)
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The mannequin was custom designed and fabricated for the United States army. The purpose for the mannequin was for the testing of military apparel for the evaluation and study of various materials.... (View Full Article)
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In the world of manufacturing, attaching part A to Part B is a $50 billion-a-year business. Every product we use, from CD player to jumbo jet, is a collection of parts that must be glued, screwed or... (View Full Article)
(Hand, Power and Assembly Tools)
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Joining Technologies, an ISO and AS9100 certified job shop specializing in the precision welding of miniature and micro-welded parts - had its sights set on entering the aerospace overhaul and repair... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Automation Services)
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Designed to handle a large range of material sizes in both thickness and width, the Infinite Web is an automated laser based cutting and welding system for splicing strip alloys. Equipped with a PC... (View Full Article)