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The Benefits of Friction Welding

By Bob M / October 20, 2015

Friction welding offers many benefits.  One, of which, is that of consistent parts.  Because RPM and Pressure are machine controlled, the process is consistent, with only a few controlled variables.  Another benefit is the narrow Heat Affected Zone (HAZ).  The narrower the HAZ, the more parent material properties are retained, and the stronger the weld. […]

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Friction Welding Advantages, Part 3

By Bob M / October 5, 2015

Candidates for friction welding will have one cylindrical part.  Parts that have diameter changes over its length are also candidates.  With tooling, friction welding can accommodate asymmetrical parts such as a block to a rod, and unique shapes.  These parts should be parallel to each other.  Sometimes instead of a solid diameter, the use of […]

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Spinweld Exhibits Friction Welding at Design 2 Part Show

By Bob M / September 25, 2015

Spinweld had a very successful Design 2 Part show in Monroeville, PA on September 16th and 17th.  The ability to speak to our customers’ engineers and buyers, face-to-face, and help you achieve your goals is why we are here.  Thank you for considering Spinweld’s friction welding advantage and thanks you to all who came to see […]

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Spinweld at Design 2 Part Show – Monroeville, PA

By Bob M / September 11, 2015

On September 16 & 17, Spinweld will participate in The Design & Contract Manufacturing Show in Monroeville, PA.  We will have an active both exhibiting our friction welding and CNC machining capabilities.  Spinweld’s 46 years of friction welding knowledge and techniques provided new concepts and solutions to challenging projects by applying optional design and manufacturing methods.  Brass to brass friction […]

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Friction Welding Advantages – Part 2

By Bob M / August 28, 2015

Friction welding is a process used to join different metals achieving 100% metal-to-metal joints, and giving parent metal properties.  No additional material or fillers are required and the process is virtually emission free.  Thus better for the environment.  One advantage is cost savings when you can find substitutions for current metal products.  We do need […]

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Spinweld – Friction Welding Advantages

By Bob M / July 20, 2015

Friction welding is a form of welding where heat is generated by pressure and movement at the interface in the area of the weld.  Using a direct drive variation of friction welding, one component is attached to a motor driven unit, while the other is stationary.  The component in motion is rotated to a predetermined […]

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Spinweld Supports Corporate Wellness Week

By Bob M / July 9, 2015

Corporate Wellness week focuses on the importance of a work-life balance.  It’s a good idea to change your daily routine to benefit your energy levels.  Here are a few ideas: Use a bathroom on another floor; Use the stairs; Deliver documents or messages in person; Get up and walk around your desk once an hour; […]

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Spinweld Celebrates 4th of July

By Bob M / July 2, 2015

Spinweld will be closed on Friday, July 3, 2015 to celebrate our great nation.  Normal business hours will resume on Monday July 6, 2015.   Be safe and enjoy the holiday.     To send you off on a fun weekend, here are some interesting facts about the 4th: 1. America didn’t declare its independence […]

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Spinweld Honors Memorial Day

By Bob M / May 22, 2015

On the last Monday in May, Memorial Day occurs and while it has come to signify the beginning of the summer season, it is also the time when Americans remember our soldiers. Originally named Decoration Day, a reference to a tradition of decorating the graves of the Confederate dead, Memorial Day was officially proclaimed on May 5, […]

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Spring and Spinweld’s Friction Welding

By Bob M / May 8, 2015

What does Spring and Spinweld’s friction welding have in common?  Stretching!! Spring has sprung and look at Spinweld’s flowers grow.  At Spinweld we recommend stretching throughout the production of Friction Welding and CNC Machining.  Personally speaking it is best to perform a good stretch at the friction welding machines and work slowly into those dormant […]

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