Plansee SE

The gold-colored WL15 TIG welding electrode is thorium-free and ignites faster than the red thoriated WT20 electrode. Perform the test for free and request your three WL15 TIG electrodes. Read more...

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Servometer©, a Division of MW Industries

Servometer specializes in manufacturing specialty custom electroforms with unusual shapes, miniature sizes and close tolerances. Our electroforms are extremely lightweight, yet structurally rigid and exceptionally rugged. Read more...

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Plansee SE

A manufacturer of switchgears tested our back cast electrodes for resistance welding. The result: Due to the seamless joint with the electrode holder, back cast electrodes have a substantially longer service life than their soldered alternative. Read more...

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Dexmet Corporation

Dexmet introduces new thinner expanded foils for anode and cathode materials.

Dexmet Corporation adds new line of materials for use in lithium ion applications. Read more...

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Dexmet Corporation

In 2014 Dexmet introduced the 25 micron thick expanded metal current conducting foils for Li-ion battery at The Battery Show in Novi, Michigan. Read more...

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Plansee SE

The Institute for Physical Metallurgy and Materials Testing at the University of Leoben confirms: In comparison to electrodes containing thorium, tungsten-lanthanum electrodes excel through their excellent ignition properties, improved deposition efficiency and reduced wear. Read more...

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Plansee SE

Electrodes made from tungsten-lanthanum or TZM with a copper shaft are suitable for withstanding the high stresses involved in resistance spot welding. But cavities in the solder between the electrode and the shaft have a negative impact on the quality of the weld. Tests show that anyone wishing to avoid cavities should use cast electrodes rather than soldered electrodes. Read more...

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