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The Friction Welding Dictionary

Posted by Bob Besse on Jun 14, 2019 9:03:17 AM

Topics: Friction Welding, Manufacturing Services, News, Linear Friction Welding, Friction Stir Welding, Aerospace, Rotary Friction Welding, Automotive, Low Force Friction Welding

The world of friction welding is vast -- and so is the vocabulary used to describe it! We've compiled a list of the most commonly used friction welding terms -- from machine components to MTI's processes -- to help you grow your engineering mind!

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Whiteboard Wednesday: Radial Position Control Techniques or Weld Orientation

Posted by Dan Adams on Jun 12, 2019 8:02:00 AM

Topics: Whiteboard Wednesday, Rotary Friction Welding, Direct Drive Friction Welding, Inertia Friction Welding

It's no secret Friction Welding is a highly scientific process; it involves a lot of calculations, engineering and research to get it right. But thanks to the MTI-engineered control system found on each of our friction welding machines, you can trust our technology to do the complex work for you on your shop floor!

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North America's First Linear Friction Welder for Full-Sized Part Development Now Operational in Detroit

Posted by Bob Besse on May 22, 2019 11:46:16 AM

Topics: Manufacturing Services, News, Aerospace, Automotive

 

DETROIT – The first and only linear friction welder capable of full-sized part development in North America is now fully operational and ready for project work at LIFT - Lightweight Innovations for Tomorrow, a national manufacturing innovation facility operated by the American Lightweight Materials Innovation Institute, in Detroit.

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Will it Join: Steel and Inconel

Posted by Bob Besse on May 21, 2019 3:07:46 PM

Topics: Manufacturing Services, News, Aerospace, Automotive

Steel and Inconel: they look similar, but metallurgically speaking, they’re two very different materials. They melt at different temperatures, they have different densities and their forgeabilities vary greatly.

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MTI to Build Axle Machine for Leading Truck Manufacturer

Posted by Bob Besse on May 8, 2019 8:54:00 AM

Topics: News, Automotive

Kingswinford, UK – MTI Welding Technologies, Ltd. is building a state-of-the-art friction welding machine for a leading truck manufacturer in Europe.

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MTI To Return as Exhibitor at Space Tech Expo

Posted by Bob Besse on Apr 26, 2019 9:02:00 AM

Topics: Manufacturing Services, News, Aerospace

South Bend, Ind. - Recently recognized for its role in high-profile space missions, Manufacturing Technology, Inc. (MTI) is gearing up to showcase its friction welding expertise to some of the biggest aerospace influencers in the nation.

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Earth Day 2019: Why Friction Welding Is So Eco-Friendly

Posted by Bob Besse on Apr 22, 2019 1:31:00 AM

Topics: Manufacturing Services, News, Aerospace

The year was 1970: the Boeing 747 had just completed its first commercial flight, IBM was preparing to shake up the tech world with the floppy disk and Americans were flooding the streets, calling for stricter environmental regulations.

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Will it Join: Copper and Aluminum

Posted by Bob Besse on Mar 21, 2019 4:19:52 PM

Topics: Manufacturing Services, News, Aerospace, Bi-Metallic

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Friction Welding has become the premier choice for companies looking to join dissimilar metals.  Because Friction Welding is a solid-state joining process that does not require melting, it allows for the bonding of two metals, such as Copper and Aluminum, that may be impossible to join with more traditional welding techniques.

With fusion welding processes like MIG and TIG welding, it can be challenging to join dissimilar metals because they often differ substantially in composition and physical, mechanical and metallurgical properties.

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Pre and Post-Weld Processing Services for Contract Friction Welding: Why It All Matters

Posted by Bob Besse on Mar 7, 2019 1:06:41 PM

Topics: Manufacturing Services, Value Added Services

 

At MTI’s Manufacturing Services, we do more than bond parts together; we provide you with a proven, turnkey solution. Whether you need help with just one portion of the friction welding process or want guidance every step of the way, MTI’s team of highly skilled engineers is ready to help.

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MTI exhibits at popular trade show, announces show appearances for 2019

Posted by Bob Besse on Mar 6, 2019 9:23:17 AM

Topics: Manufacturing Services, News, Aerospace

Tom Budd, MTI Friction Welding Solutions Manager, poses in the MTI booth at the Pacific Design & Manufacturing Show in Anaheim, California

More companies than ever now understand the benefits of Friction Welding, thanks to MTI's recent appearance at the Pacific Design & Manufacturing Show.

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Eyes of an Engineer: Part 5

Posted by Bob Besse on Feb 18, 2019 11:29:31 AM

Topics: Eyes of an Engineer

Jamie Clews (right) looks over the controls on a machine.

In part five of MTI's Eyes of an Engineer series, we sit down with Global Controls Technical Lead Jamie Clews.  Read on to see how an MTI college program transformed into a full-time job and a move to a new country for Jamie.

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MTI Playing Role in Future Moon, Mars Missions

Posted by Bob Besse on Feb 13, 2019 9:50:37 AM

Topics: Manufacturing Services, News, Aerospace

SOUTH BEND, Ind. – The friction welding experts at Manufacturing Technology, Inc. (MTI) are helping welcome the next generation of American space travel and preparing to launch NASA astronauts on missions to deep space through the world’s only exploration-class space systems: NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket, Orion spacecraft and the Exploration Ground Systems that launch these vehicles.   

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MTI Celebrates Renewal of AS9100 Certification

Posted by Bob Besse on Feb 11, 2019 12:53:12 PM

Topics: Manufacturing Services, News, Aerospace

SOUTH BEND, Ind. – Continuing its longtime dedication to excellence, Manufacturing Technology, Inc. (MTI) has renewed its AS9100 certification, a key quality indicator for companies working in the aerospace and defense industries.

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2018: A Year to Celebrate for MTI

Posted by Bob Besse on Jan 25, 2019 11:51:07 AM

Topics: News

As the global leader in Friction Welding, Manufacturing Technology, Inc. (MTI) is always looking forward, searching for ways to help put the future of innovative manufacturing into customers’ hands.

But to fully recognize and celebrate growth as a company, it’s also important to look
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Low-Force Friction Welding: A Promising Solution for the Rail Industry

Posted by Constanza Lengerich on Jan 18, 2019 4:40:41 PM

Topics: Low Force Friction Welding

WELDING PROBLEMS THE RAIL INDUSTRY FACES TODAY

For decades, railroad companies have been welding 80-foot rails to form Continuous Welded Rails (CWRs) that span from 400 feet to several miles. To accomplish this, they’ve heavily relied on two forms of welding: thermite and flash-butt. However, despite the wide use of these two processes, a significant percentage of railroad failures are a result of low-quality welds.

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Friction Welding 101: Whiteboard Wednesday

Posted by Dan Adams on Jan 11, 2019 2:00:00 PM

Topics: Whiteboard Wednesday, Friction Stir Welding

 

 

 

Friction welding is a solid state joining process. It’s actually a forging process: not a welding process. In the Friction Welding process we use relative motion and high force in order to create frictional heat at the weld interface. This heats the materials being joined to the point where they will plasticize without melting. The result is molecular intermixing at the weld interface and a forged quality joint.

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MTI Delivers North America's First and Only Linear Friction Welder of Full-Size Development Parts to LIFT Lightweighting Research Center in Detroit

Posted by Bob Besse on Oct 9, 2018 11:45:00 AM

Topics: News, Linear Friction Welding

  SOUTH BEND, IN - OCTOBER 9, 2018: Manufacturing Technology, Inc. (MTI) has shipped North America’s first linear friction welder capable of full sized part development to the LIFT - Lightweight Innovations for Tomorrow facility in Detroit where it will contribute to cutting edge lightweighting research in the automotive and aerospace sectors.

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Manufacturing Technology, Inc. Recognized for Outstanding Safety by Amerisure Insurance Company

Posted by Bob Besse on Sep 28, 2018 3:23:05 PM

Topics: News


PICTURED FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Jamie Clews (MTI Global Controls Technical Lead), Brian Roberts (MTI Manufacturing Operations Lead), Scott Knoll (Amerisure Senior Risk Management Consultant), Daniel C. Adams (MTI President & CEO), Mark Wobbe (Gibson Principal, Risk Advisor), MariClare Osborn (MTI Director of Human Resources), and Jeff Lovin (MTI Director of Technical Operations).  

SOUTH BEND, IN - SEPTEMBER 28, 2018:  Manufacturing Technology, Inc. (MTI) today was awarded for outstanding safety performance by Amerisure Insurance Company. MTI was presented the award at its world headquarters in South Bend, IN after maintaining 365 days without a recordable incident. The last time the company achieved this was in 2005.  Additionally, MTI has sustained an impressive 419 days without a loss time incident during the period beginning on July 2017 through September 2018.

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5 Ways Friction Welding Helps the Aerospace Industry

Posted by Bob Besse on Aug 17, 2018 11:05:06 AM

Topics: Aerospace

For four decades, MTI has been a global leader in friction welding technology — a forging technique that offers many advantages over traditional, fusion welding. With the ability to create super-strong bonds of virtually any size, friction welding is uniquely capable of serving a broad spectrum of industries.

One industry in which we are constantly innovating, is that of aerospace. With changing priorities and advancing technologies that create more demanding joining applications, MTI is continually adapting the rotary and linear friction welding processes to meet the demands of aerospace engineers and manufacturers .

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FAQs - Friction Stir Welding

Posted by Tom Budd on Jul 10, 2018 11:36:31 AM

Topics: Manufacturing Services, Friction Stir Welding, Frequently Asked Questions


Friction Stir Welding (FSW) is a solid-state joining process that’s especially popular in the aerospace, transportation, and electronics industries.

Below, we'll explore some commonly asked questions about Friction Stir Welding.

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Eyes of an Engineer: Part 4

Posted by Bob Besse on Apr 13, 2018 1:29:54 PM

Topics: Eyes of an Engineer


In our fourth installment of Eyes of an Engineer, we introduce you to junior service engineer James Lovell and junior design engineer Luke Barratt.  Luke and James both graduated from MTI’s apprenticeship program in February of 2018.

Discover why they chose MTI, what they learned, and where they’re headed next.

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Friction Welded Parts Are All Around Us

Posted by Bob Besse on Mar 5, 2018 10:32:51 AM

You might not realize it yet, but friction welded parts are all around us, from the cars you drive to the planes you fly in.

Here’s a look at some everyday objects you never knew were friction welded:

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MTI and Siemens Join Forces to Lead the Way in Welding Technology for The Axle Market

Posted by Richard Jones on Feb 12, 2018 9:23:08 AM

Topics: News, Axle Machine

Global joining solutions provider MTI has collaborated with technology company HMK, the Siemens motion partner, to pioneer the development of a double axle friction welding machine worth in excess of $2.4 million for one of the world’s leading trailer manufacturers.

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MTI Builds on 2017 Successes

Posted by Bob Besse on Jan 22, 2018 8:26:49 AM

Topics: News

A global friction welding powerhouse that began 91 years ago, MTI celebrated multiple achievements throughout 2017.

“We’ve gone through a major transformation the last couple of years,” said MTI President and CEO Dan Adams.  “When we take a step back and reflect on 2017, it was a successful year for us.  As a company, we made several positive changes that we will continue to leverage for ongoing success in 2018.”

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Eyes of an Engineer: Part 3

Posted by Bob Besse on Jan 15, 2018 8:34:27 AM

Topics: Eyes of an Engineer, Design A Great Career, Low Force Friction Welding

In our third installment of Eyes of an Engineer, we introduce you to Tori Zellerhoff and Margot Hughan.  They began working at MTI as part of their capstone thesis for Notre Dame’s Master’s Program in Entrepreneurship, Technology, & Innovation (ESTEEM).

Combining technology with entrepreneurship, the two developed a business plan and go-to-market strategy for MTI’s latest technology, low force friction welding

Find out how they got started, what they learned at MTI, and what they enjoyed most about the experience.

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Low Force Friction Welding -- What is it?

Posted by Simon Jones on Dec 15, 2017 10:50:53 AM

Topics: Low Force Friction Welding

Using our friction welding and solid state joining know-how, MTI has developed, designed, and manufactured low force friction welding machines that are operating in industry today.

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MTI Opens Doors and Minds to Manufacturing

Posted by Bob Besse on Oct 26, 2017 2:13:06 PM

Topics: News

South Bend, IN - October 6, 2017:  Manufacturing Technology, Inc (MTI) opened its doors to area high schoolers in celebration of Manufacturing Day. The nation-wide event introduces the next generation of workers to high-skilled careers in modern manufacturing.

Students from Riley, Washington, and Adams High School attended the event, which was held at MTI’s world headquarters. 

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NASA and Other Key Members Acknowledge MTI for Contributions in Journey to Mars

Posted by Bob Besse on Sep 29, 2017 3:30:15 PM

Topics: Manufacturing Services, News, Service & Spare Parts

SOUTH BEND, IN -- Former astronaut Brian Duffy along with representatives from NASA, Aerojet Rocketdyne, Boeing, Lockheed Martin and Orbital ATK acknowledged Manufacturing Technology, Inc (MTI) for its contributions to the NASA Space Launch System (SLS).

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Whiteboard Wednesday: Upset Control and Pressure Modulation with Dynamic Profile Modification

Posted by Dan Adams on Sep 27, 2017 12:53:17 PM

Topics: Whiteboard Wednesday, Rotary Friction Welding, Direct Drive Friction Welding, Upset Control, Inertia Friction Welding

In friction welding, we always strive toward repeatability—even when there are differences in the length of incoming parts.  This is especially true in the automotive and aerospace industry where finished parts are held to rigid standards.  Using Torque Modulation with Dynamic Profile Modification, we’re able to ensure our first welded part is the same length as our last welded part. 

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Simplicity, Efficiency, and Peace of Mind: The Story Behind SPARTAN

Posted by Bob Besse on Aug 15, 2017 2:37:43 PM

Topics: Rotary Friction Welding, Direct Drive Friction Welding, Spartan

MTI has gained global recognition for designing and building the most advanced, customized friction welding machines—including the world’s largest inertia friction welder.

While we are proud of building the largest rotary and linear friction welders in the world, we have also designed and built hundreds of smaller friction welding machines.  And that’s where the SPARTAN product line comes in.

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5 Signs it's Time to Refurbish Your Friction Welder

Posted by Bob Besse on Aug 11, 2017 2:52:39 PM

Topics: Upgrading Your Controls Package, Service & Spare Parts

Unscheduled downtimes can result in significant financial losses and consume the maintenance department. That’s why refurbishing your old friction welding machine has several cost-saving advantages. 

If you’re falling behind or having difficulty meeting quality compliance, an MTI upgrade may be just what you need. 

Here are 5 signs to look for:  

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Whiteboard Wednesday: Upset Control and Torque Modulation

Posted by Dan Adams on Jul 26, 2017 4:13:00 AM

Topics: Whiteboard Wednesday, Rotary Friction Welding, Direct Drive Friction Welding, Upset Control, Inertia Friction Welding



Our customers—especially those in the automotive industry—rely on repeatable upset in order to meet tight part tolerances.  Remember, upset is the amount of shortening of the two parts as a result of friction welding.

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3 Ways MTI's Newest Double Axle Machine Improves Axle Production

Posted by Bob Besse on Jul 25, 2017 10:36:05 AM

Topics: Rotary Friction Welding, Automotive, Direct Drive Friction Welding, Axle Machine


Leveraging the latest in advanced rotary friction welding technology, MTI’s newest double axle machine increases efficiency, accuracy, and cost-effectiveness in axle production. 

Here are the three things you need to know about MTI’s latest double axle machine:  

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MTI Receives Nadcap Accreditation for Welding

Posted by Bob Besse on Jul 18, 2017 8:24:26 AM

Topics: Manufacturing Services, News, Aerospace

PICTURED FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Jim Hoffman (Chief Metallurgist and Quality Assurance), Sherri Lotter (Inside Sales Coordinator), Zach Danko (Process Engineer), Jordan Walser (Process Engineer), Jacob Smith (Production Manager), Gabe Hostetter (Process Engineer).

SOUTH BEND, IN - To demonstrate a continued commitment to quality, Manufacturing Technology, Inc. (MTI) announces that they have been successful in achieving Nadcap accreditation for welding at their Sheridan Street location. 

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Aerojet Rocketdyne Recognizes MTI for Contributions to RS-25 Rocket Engine

Posted by Bob Besse on Jun 7, 2017 4:24:17 PM

Topics: Manufacturing Services, News, Service & Spare Parts


PICTURED FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Besse (MTI VP Sales & Marketing), Jeanette Lapehn (MTI Spare Parts Manager), Mike Laiman (MTI Manufacturing Services Business Unit Manager), Dan Adams (MTI President & CEO), Brian Roberts (MTI Manufacturing Operations Lead), Mohamed Elnaggar (AR Specialist Engineer), David Sherman (AR Manufacturing Engineer), Heath Cheung (AR Project Engineer), Kent Majewski (AR Associate Engineer), James Bartlett (AR Sr. Specialist Engineer).

SOUTH BEND, IN - Aerojet Rocketdyne, a subsidiary of Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: AJRD), has recognized Manufacturing Technology, Inc. (MTI) for its work on the RS-25 rocket engine, a key element of NASA’s space exploration program.  MTI was instrumental in the refurbishment of the inertia welder and production inertia welding for the RS-25 Main Injector. 

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Whiteboard Wednesday: Upset Control and Pressure Modulation

Posted by Dan Adams on Apr 19, 2017 4:55:35 PM

Topics: Whiteboard Wednesday, Rotary Friction Welding, Direct Drive Friction Welding, Upset Control, Inertia Friction Welding

 When it comes to friction welding, we want to work towards repeatability, even when there are incoming part variations.  But how can we do that?  One way is through pressure modulation.

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What to Look for in an Aerospace Partner

Posted by Bob Besse on Apr 12, 2017 9:02:59 AM

Topics: Manufacturing Services, Aerospace

When a 261 metric ton airplane lands or a medivac helicopter is headed to the hospital—that is no time for a critical component to fail.

MTI understands this. That’s why we’re NADCAP* accredited. Our aerospace partners like GE, Pratt & Whitney, Rolls-Royce, Boeing, and Honeywell trust the quality of MTI’s welded parts.  

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MTI's Manufacturing Services Recognized For Outstanding Technical Performance

Posted by Bob Besse on Mar 22, 2017 9:54:28 AM

Topics: Manufacturing Services, News, Rotary Friction Welding, Bi-Metallic

SOUTH BEND, IN - Ball Aerospace has recognized Manufacturing Technology, Inc. (MTI) for outstanding technical performance on the TIRS-02 Program, a NASA initiative which uses thermal infrared sensors to measure the Earth’s temperature.  MTI played an integral role by joining together titanium and copper for the TIRS-02 Cryocooler, which is used on the Landsat Data Continuity satellite.

“We were thrilled to work with Ball Aerospace and work together to find a joining solution that met their needs” said Mike Laiman, MTI’s Manufacturing Services Business Unit Manager.  “Collaboration was key to our success.”

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MTI Announces Changes to Leadership Team and Additional Board of Director Members

Posted by Bob Besse on Jan 6, 2017 2:06:50 PM

Topics: News

SOUTH BEND, IN - Manufacturing Technology, Inc. (MTI) today announced changes to the company’s leadership team, as well as the addition of three outside Board of Director members.  The changes are part of the company’s focus on new product development, operations, and sales.

Dan Adams, who is currently MTI’s President and one of the company’s fourth generation owners, is assuming the role of CEO.  He will continue overseeing the company’s recently launched new product development efforts. 

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Eyes of an Engineer: Part 1

Posted by Bob Besse on Dec 20, 2016 6:00:00 AM

Topics: Eyes of an Engineer, Design A Great Career

Every day, the engineers at MTI are working to solve complex manufacturing challenges through diverse applications of friction welding. They design the machines that help make our customers’ parts even better — and they’re passionate about their work.

Today, we’re pleased to introduce you to three of them: JT, Matt, and Susannah. They’ll tell you how they got here, and what they love about working at MTI.

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MTI Announces Partnership with LIFT to Deliver North America’s Largest Linear Friction Welder to Detroit

Posted by Bob Besse on Dec 12, 2016 4:15:32 PM

Topics: Linear Friction Welding


SOUTH BEND, IN – Manufacturing Technology Inc., (MTI) announced it will develop North America’s largest Linear Friction Welder, in terms of force capacity and tooling envelope, and deliver it to LIFT – Lightweight Innovations for Tomorrow – for use in lightweight metals research and development projects, based in Detroit.

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Rotary, Linear, and Friction Stir Welding Differences

Posted by Bob Besse on Dec 12, 2016 6:00:00 AM

Topics: Linear Friction Welding, Friction Stir Welding, Rotary Friction Welding

Friction welding is a forging technique that produces ultra-strong bonds for diverse applications. This process has been the answer to many manufacturing and engineering challenges for over five decades. From aerospace to automotive, friction welding is continually opening the possibilities for ongoing technological advancement.

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Cooking With Friction Welding

Posted by Tom Budd on Nov 24, 2016 8:24:31 AM

Thanksgiving is finally here! It’s time for succulent turkey, tart cranberries, savory stuffing, and the ultimate side dish: creamy mashed potatoes.

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Why Friction Welding Over Other Processes

Posted by Bob Besse on Oct 13, 2016 6:00:00 AM

Topics: Why Friction Welding

Friction welding offers a wealth of solutions to tough manufacturing problems. Thanks to key advantages — such as consistent quality, the ability to join different metals together, and reduced material waste — friction welding is a time-efficient and cost-effective way to produce new parts. Friction welding is a powerful process that not only provides forged quality components, but gives engineers the confidence that the part will meet the quality standards of their application.

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MTI Realigning Portions of U.S. Operations

Posted by Bob Besse on Oct 12, 2016 5:00:00 PM

Topics: News

SOUTH BEND, IN-  As part of an ongoing strategy of investing in and adapting to the best market opportunities, Manufacturing Technology, Inc. (MTI) is proactively realigning its US machine build and corporate operations.  This allows the company to be more cost competitive, and will result in 24 positions being eliminated or reassigned. MTI’s UK operation is not affected.

MTI’s US business is built around large complex friction welding machines, a successful niche, but only a small portion of the global market.  The global friction welding machine market is dominated by smaller automated machines.  This is a segment where the US operation has become much less cost competitive over time.

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Whiteboard Wednesday: Rotary Friction Welding Upset Control Part 3

Posted by Dan Adams on Oct 5, 2016 6:00:00 AM

Topics: Whiteboard Wednesday, Rotary Friction Welding, Upset Control

 

 

Over the course of this series on upset control, we’ve discussed the repeatability of upset control and part variation in rotary friction welding. Remember, upset is the amount of shortening you get in the part as a result of friction welding.  Upset is different than overall length, which is the total length of the part after welding.

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Friction Welding: Turning Out Forged Quality Products and Components

Posted by Bob Besse on Sep 29, 2016 6:00:00 AM

Topics: Why Friction Welding

When manufacturing critical components for applications such as transportation, space flight, oil & gas, construction, and the military, quality isn’t just important — it’s absolutely essential. Implementing a trusted joining technology allows components to reach the desired quality and durability.

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MTI at IMTS: Post Show

Posted by Bob Besse on Sep 28, 2016 6:00:00 AM

Topics: Bi-Metallic, MTI On The Road

The International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) is held every two years in Chicago giving national and international manufacturing companies an opportunity to network, learn about new technologies and engage with colleagues. This year’s IMTS wrapped up on September 17, 2016 and once again MTI was thrilled to have spent the week meeting new people, hearing about new challenges and teaching people about friction welding.

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Whiteboard Wednesday: Rotary Friction Welding Upset Control: Part 2

Posted by Dan Adams on Sep 21, 2016 6:00:00 AM

Topics: Whiteboard Wednesday, Rotary Friction Welding, Upset Control

In Part One of this series, we talked about how upset is the amount of shortening of a part resulting from friction welding. Remember, if we had perfect incoming parts then we could fix the amount of energy used to make that weld, and get very repeatable upset. However, incoming parts variations such as area differences, surface conditions, material differences, or even interface “squareness” can cause subtle variations in upset.

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MTI Reconnects with Leadership Expert David Marquet

Posted by Bob Besse on Sep 16, 2016 6:00:00 AM

Topics: News

SOUTH BEND, IN - September 16, 2016: Manufacturing Technology, Inc. (MTI) reconnected with leadership guru and award-winning author David Marquet.

During an Executive Forums Leadership Summit attended by MTI and other organizations, Marquet demonstrated the importance of leading with intent. Marquet believes the ideal workplace is one where everyone participates and contributes their full intellectual capacity.

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In 1926 our founder, Conrad Adams, may not have been able to visualize all the great things ahead for his family’s small tool and die company. However, he could see a bright future solving problems for his customers. Through hard work and a steadfast dedication to solving their most challenging manufacturing problems, the little company from South Bend, Indiana became the world-leader in friction welding technologies, providing engineered solutions from golf putters to jet engines. Today – nine decades and four generations later – MTI’s commitment continues with a solid succession plan and a vision for GREATNESS in place for the next generation.