All posts in "Quality Control"

Spinweld wish for a Happy Thanksgiving

By Cheryl M / November 27, 2019

“As we express our gratitude we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.” – John F. Kennedy Spinweld is thankful to its employees, customers and vendors for making Spinweld successful! We will be closed Thursday, November 28th and 29th.   “Let me encourage you to get […]


Welding Dissimilar Metals

By Bob M / May 19, 2016

Welding Dissimilar Metals is desirable for many reasons.  Whether you have an issue with mechanical wear problems, or a high-temperature situation, different metal properties are required for different applications.  More often, Friction Welding accounts for nearly half the welding of Dissimilar Metals.  Benefits of Welding Dissimilar Metals include: Cost reduction substituting lessor grade material Saves […]


Spin Welding / Friction Welding – Is It For Me?

By Bob M / December 18, 2015

Spin Welding – or Friction Welding – is a controlled machining process for joining SIMILAR or DISSIMILAR (Bi-Metal) combinations of materials. The ultimate goal of spin welding is to have a 100% weld throughout the full joint interface. This means, given suitable materials, the weld union or interface strength is equal in strength to that of the parent […]


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. […]


Our Customers Get Quality Parts

By Bob M / March 6, 2015

We provide that by: Favorable metallurgical characteristics welds are often the result of Friction Welding and surpass the strength levels of Oxyacetylene Welding, MIG Welding, TIG Welding, Electric Beam Welding (EB), Resistance Welding and Braising. The Friction Welding process bonds together materials with different chemical and thermal properties. This creates a bond with friction welding that is […]


2015 goals to GROW!

By Bob M / February 6, 2015

We have set goals, established budgets and made strategic plans for Spinweld’s friction welding and CNC machining to lead our path through 2015. One of Spinweld’s biggest, best and most exciting goals we have is to GROW.  Our plan is to expand our inertia friction welding, direct friction welding, vertical CNC and horizontal CNC machining […]


ISO Certification

By Bob M / November 13, 2014

Recently, Spinweld had their yearly review for ISO and the audit went very smoothly.  Our Production Manager Steve Van Valzah stepped up as our new Management Representative.  With Steve’s extensive background in management and quality – this was a perfect fit. With Spinweld’s renewed ISO certification, we revitalize our dedication to quality, service and 100% […]


Welcome Ryan Mrazik!

By Bob M / September 5, 2014

Ryan started with Spinweld approximately 1 month ago to grow our Quality Control and Inspection area.  He has experience with SPC/VSPC/CMM, ISO and Lean Manufacturing skills and CNC experience. Ryan has brought strong organization and new ideas to improve our QC area.  He has also created several updated processes for inspection.  Ryan is focused on […]


Spinweld Celebrates the 4th of July

By Bob M / July 3, 2014

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 […]


Effects or differences of HAZ (Heat Affected Zone) between conventional welding and friction welding

By Bob M / June 30, 2014

A common question in friction welding is what are the effects or differences of HAZ, Heat Affected Zone between conventional welding and friction welding.  There is a physical, visual, and metallurgical difference. CONVENTIONAL WELDING                          FRICTION WELDING      HEAT AFFECTED ZONE (HAZ) in Friction Welding Less extensive than conventional weld HAZ Narrower width HAZ than conventional […]

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