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Inertia & Direct Friction Welding of Similar & Dissimilar (Bi-Metal) Weldable Materials

Weldable Materials Combinations
for Inertia & Direct Friction Welding

Inertia and Direct Friction welding have the advantage of joining metal and bi-metallic combinations of weldable materials.  These weldable materials are not normally considered bondable (“incompatible”), such as aluminum to steel, copper to aluminum, titanium to copper, titanium to stainless and nickel alloys to steel.

As a general rule, all metallic engineered materials which are forgeable can be friction welded, including automotive valve alloys, maraging steel, tool steel, alloy steels, and tantalum.  Many castings, powder metals (PM), and metal matrix composites are weldable materials.  Bi-metallic designs allow engineers to use expensive weldable materials only where needed.  Forgings and castings can be replaced with less expensive forgings or castings.  They can be welded to bar stock, tubes, plates, and endless applications. A weldable materials Quick Chart and a Combination Chart  of weldable materials are provided to help with your decision making process.

The following Weldable Materials Quick Chart is a listing of known Spinweld inertia and direct friction welding jobs documented since 1968.  All critical friction welding parameters are linked, including specific weld parameters, machine type, diameter size, and pre- or post-function to ensure a successful weld. This weldable materials data reduces R&D time and provides a competitive advantage over other friction welding job shops.

Weldable Materials Combinations

CARBON STEEL MATERIAL FOR INERTIA AND DIRECT FRICTION WELDS
*1008
to
1010
to
1018
to
1020
to
1025
to
1026
to
1030
to
1035
to
1040
to
*1041
to
1045
to
1050
to
*1085
to
1117
to
*1037
*1052
1010
1020
4130
8620
303
304
316
*416
*1013
1018
1020
1026
1028
1045
1050
*1052
1117
1126
*1141
1215
*5130
8620
A36
Alloy20
Aust-Mangan.
ETD150
Ex-Ten50
*Sintered
*302
304
1018
1020
*1037
1045
*1095
1117
*1140
*3411
1020303
304
316
1010
1018
1026
1030
1045
1050
1117
4130
4140
6061
8620
A572-GR50
1030
1045
1117
1118
1018
1045
1045-
Nitrotected
1050
1117
1018
1026
1040
1045
4130
4140
*1041*302
303
304
316
*416
630
1018
1020
1035
1040
1045
1050
1117
*1141
4130
4140
*4150
*8620
15V37M0
A36
Aluminum
Alloy20
*Ex-Ten50
GR50
*Inconel751
K500
*M10
Monel40
Nicormax30
SW50
1026*101717-4PH
303
304
416
1010
*1013
1018
1020
1035
1117
1141
1147
1215
4130
6061

 

Continued from weldable materials above…

CARBON STEEL MATERIAL FOR INERTIA AND DIRECT FRICTION WELDS
11L17
to
1137
to
1141
to
1144
to
1146
to
1147
to
1213
to
1215
to
*14B36
to
*15B37
to
15B41
to
15B43
to
A36
to
A513
to
Fatigue Proof toStress Proof to
11L17
1117
1137303
1045
1141
4140
11441020
A30
A36
11471213303
1018
1215
*14B36*15B3715B414130A307A51341401018
ALLOY STEEL FOR INERTIA AND DIRECT FRICTION WELDS
*3140
to
*4032
to
4047

to

4060
to
4115
to
4118
to
4130
to
4140
to
4142
to
4145
to
4340
to
4820
to
50B46
to
*5120L
to
5147
to
*2112*40324137413741151018
4118
1017
1018
1541
4130
4140
*4142
6061
8620
A36
CPM42
ETD150
INCO
1018
*1020
*1035
1045
117
1141
4140
4142
*Inconel751
*T1
1020
4142
41451020
4340
86204137
50B46
*1026
*5120L
5147

 

Continued from weldable materials above…

ALLOY STEEL FOR INERTIA AND DIRECT FRICTION WELDS
8620
to
86L20
to
8625
to
8630
to
*9310
to
*9650
to
D6AC
to
*E52100
to
ETD150
to
*T11
to
*T22
to
T5
to
17-4PH
304
630
1018
1026
1117
4140
4620
8620
CDBW
86L2086258630*9310*6150M-7*1040
*52100
*8620
17-4PH
1018
*T11*T22Inco 909
STAINLESS STEEL MATERIAL FOR INERTIA AND DIRECT FRICTION WELDS
17-4PH
to
*2205 Duplex
to
303
to
304
to
309
to
316
to
321
to
347
to
410
to
422
to
440
to
630
to
Aquamet
22
to
Nitronic-50
to
17-4PH
304
310
630
1117
8620
E4820H
ETD150
NI-SPAN
*1018
*2205-Duplex
303
410
1018
1045
1117
1141
1212
1215
6061
8620
CU
304
1006
1009
1018
1020
1026
1045
1117
1141
4140
6061
8620
CU
ETD150
1010316
1018
1020
1045
1100F
1117
1212
8620
MP35N-Anneal
304
321
8630
17-4PH17-4PH
*302
316
464
*1045
8620
422*302
*416
440
630
8620
17-4PH1030
1117
4130
Nitronic-50
Hastelloy-B
Hastelloy-C276
Rebar High Carb.
ALUMINUM MATERIAL FOR INERTIA AND DIRECT FRICTION WELDS
*2024
to
2024T3
to
2024T4
to
7075T6
to
*1100
to
1100F
to
6061
to
6061T4
to
6063
to
*M821
to
*20242024T3512024T47075T651*1100
*CU
*1100F
CU
*356Cast
6061
7075
*1100F
6061
6063T4
*356Cast
6061
6063
*8740
NON FERROUS MATERIAL FOR INERTIA AND DIRECT FRICTION WELDS
*Brass
to
Copper
to
*Bronze
to
*Brass *CU182
*1020
1100D
1100F
6061
Brass
CU
*Silver
*AL
*Steel
HIGH SPEED MATERIAL FOR INERTIA AND DIRECT FRICTION WELDS
H13
to
M1
to
M2
to
*M4
to
*M7
to
*M50
to
*S1
to
Telcust50
to
*1018
*H13
*1040
*1045
*1050
*1070
4140
*8650
*1045
H13
*Matrix*1045*M50*1080M2
M7
NICKEL ALLOY MATERIAL FOR INERTIA AND DIRECT FRICTION WELDS
Alloy20
to
Hastalloy
B
to
Hastalloy
C276
to
Hastalloy
C2000
to
Hastalloy
G30
to
*Inconel
600
to
Inconel
901
to
Inconel
901
to
*Inconel
X750
to
*Monel
400
to
Monel
K500
to
*Nickel
200
to
*TD
Nickel
to
1018
1020
1045
Alloy20
304304
1018
10181018*Inco 6004130
*AMS630
Inco 718
*Inco 901
*Waspaloy
1137*8645*1020
*1026
*Monel400
1045
1137
1141
Monel K500
*Nickel
200
*1018
TD
Nickel
OTHER MATERIAL FOR INERTIA AND DIRECT FRICTION WELDS
1045
Chrome
to
1050
Chrome
to
Carbide
to
D979
to
*Molybdenum
to
Remco B
to
Tantalum
to
Titanium
to
Tungsten
to
1030
1117
1325
A572
T1
1030
1117
1325
A572
T1
??D979*Molybdenum3041018
302
304
*1018
*1100
*Titanium
1020
*Tungsten

* = Other Known Friction Welds

Inertia & Direct Friction Welding Materials Combination Chart

The following Combination Chart below is a complete listing of industry known weldable materials for potential inertia and direct friction welding application. If you know of any other materials or strength capabilities that can be friction welded, please Contact Us so we can update this resource.

Welding Materials Combination Chart

Aluminum to AluminumIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Aluminum to Aluminum AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Aluminum to Aluminum PMIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Aluminum to BrassIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Aluminum to BronzeIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Aluminum to Cast IronConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum to CeramicIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Aluminum to Cobalt AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum to ColumbiumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum to CopperIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Aluminum to Copper AlloysSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Aluminum to Copper NickelConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum to Hard Metal, Tool SteelConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum to MagnesiumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum to Magnesium AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Aluminum to MonelConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum to NickelIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Aluminum to Nickel AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum to Steel, UnalloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum to Steel, Low-AlloyedIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Aluminum to Steel, High-Alloyed (Ferritic)Ideally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Aluminum to Steel, High-Alloyed (Austenitic)Ideally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Aluminum to Steel CastingConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum to Steel PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum to Free Cutting SteelConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum to Steel-AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Aluminum to Steel-CarbonIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Aluminum to Steel-StainlessIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Aluminum to TitaniumIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Aluminum to Titanium AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Aluminum to TungstenConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum to Tungsten PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum to Tungsten Carbide CementedIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Aluminum to Tungsten Copper PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum to Zirconium AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Aluminum Alloys to AluminumIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Aluminum Alloys to Aluminum PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum Alloys to Aluminum AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Aluminum Alloys to Cast IronConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum Alloys to CeramicIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Aluminum Alloys to CopperSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Aluminum Alloys to Hard Metal, Tool SteelConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum Alloys to MagnesiumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum Alloys to Magnesium AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum Alloys to NickelConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum Alloys to Nickel AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum Alloys to Steel, UnalloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum Alloys to Steel, Low-AlloyedSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Aluminum Alloys to Steel, High-Alloyed (Ferritic)Suitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Aluminum Alloys to Steel, High-Alloyed (Austenitic)Suitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Aluminum Alloys to Steel CastingConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum Alloys to Steel PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum Alloys to Free Cutting SteelConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum Alloys to Steel-AlloysSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Aluminum Alloys to Steel-CarbonSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Aluminum Alloys to Steel-StainlessSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Aluminum Alloys to TitaniumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum Alloys to Titanium AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum Alloys to TungstenConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum Alloys to Tungsten PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum Alloys to Tungsten Copper PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum PM to AluminumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum PM to Aluminum AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum PM to Aluminum PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum PM to Steel, UnalloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum PM to Steel, Low-AlloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum PM to Steel, High-Alloyed (Ferritic)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Aluminum PM to Steel, High-Alloyed (Austenitic)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Brass to BrassIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Brass to BronzeIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Bronze to BrassIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Bronze to Steel-CarbonIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Cadmium Oxide to CopperConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Carbides Cemented to Steel-Ideally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Carbides Cemented to Steel-ToolIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Cast Iron to AluminumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Cast Iron to Aluminum AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Cast Iron to Cast IronConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Cast Iron to Steel, UnalloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Cast Iron to Steel, Low-AlloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Cast Iron to Steel, High-Alloyed (Ferritic)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Cast Iron to Steel, High-Alloyed (Austenitic)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Cast Iron to Steel CastingConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Cast Iron to Steel PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Ceramic to AluminumIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Ceramic to Aluminum AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Cobalt to CobaltConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Cobalt to Steel AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Cobalt to Steel-CarbonIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Cobalt Alloys to AluminumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Cobalt Alloys to Cobalt AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Cobalt Alloys to Steel AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Columbium to AluminumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Columbium to ColumbiumIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Copper to AluminumIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Copper to Aluminum AlloysSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Copper to Cadmium OxideConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Copper to CopperIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Copper to Copper AlloysSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Copper to SilverIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Copper to Steel, UnalloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Copper to Steel, Low-AlloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Copper to Steel, High-Alloyed (Ferritic)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Copper to Steel, High-Alloyed (Austenitic)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Copper to Steel-CarbonIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Copper to Steel CastingConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Copper to Steel PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Copper to Free Cutting SteelConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Copper to Steel-StainlessIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Copper to TitaniumIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Copper to Titanium AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Copper to Tungsten PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Copper to Tungsten Copper PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Copper to Zirconium AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Copper Alloys to AluminumSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Copper Alloys to Aluminum AlloysSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Copper Alloys to CopperConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Copper Alloys to Copper AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Copper Alloys to Steel, UnalloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Copper Alloys to Steel, Low-AlloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Copper Alloys to Steel, High-Alloyed (Ferritic)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Copper Alloys to Steel, High-Alloyed (Austenitic)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Copper Alloys to Steel CastingConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Copper Alloys to Steel PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Copper Alloys to Free Cutting SteelConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Copper Alloys to TitaniumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Copper Alloys to Titanium AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Copper Alloys to Tungsten PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Copper Alloys to Tungsten Copper PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Copper Nickel to AluminumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Copper Nickel to Copper NickelIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Copper Nickel to Steel-CarbonIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Copper Nickel to Steel-StainlessIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Hard Metal, Tool Steel to AluminumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Hard Metal, Tool Steel to Aluminum AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Hard Metal, Tool Steel to Hard Metal, Tool SteelConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Hard Metal, Tool Steel to Steel, UnalloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Hard Metal, Tool Steel to Steel, Low-AlloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Hard Metal, Tool Steel to Steel, High-Alloyed (FerriticConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Hard Metal, Tool Steel to Steel, High-Alloyed (Austenitic)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Iron Sintered to Steel-CarbonIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Lead to LeadIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Magnesium to AluminumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Magnesium to Aluminum AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Magnesium to MagnesiumIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Magnesium to Magnesium AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Magnesium to Steel, UnalloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Magnesium Alloys to AluminumIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Magnesium Alloys to Aluminum AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Magnesium Alloys to MagnesiumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Magnesium Alloys to Magnesium AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Magnesium Alloys to Steel, UnalloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Molybdenum to MolybdenumIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Molybdenum PM to Molybdenum PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Monel to AluminumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Monel to MonelIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Monel to Steel AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Monel to Steel-CarbonIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Monel to Steel-Free MachiningSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Monel to Steel-MaragingIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Monel to Steel-StainlessIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Nickel to AluminumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Nickel to Aluminum AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Nickel to NickelIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Nickel to Nickel AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Nickel to Nickel Alloys PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Nickel to Steel-AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Nickel to Steel-CarbonIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Nickel to Steel-Free MachiningSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Nickel to Steel-MaragingIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Nickel to Steel-StainlessIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Nickel to Steel-ToolIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Nickel to Steel, UnalloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Nickel to Steel, Low-AlloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Nickel to Steel, High-Alloyed (Ferritic)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Nickel to Steel, High-Alloyed (Austenitic)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Nickel to TitaniumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Nickel to Titanium AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Nickel Alloys to AluminumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Nickel Alloys to Aluminum AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Nickel Alloys to NickelConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Nickel Alloys to Nickel AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Nickel Alloys to Nickel Alloys PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Nickel Alloys to Steel-AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Nickel Alloys to Steel-CarbonIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Nickel Alloys to Steel-Free MachiningSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Nickel Alloys to Steel-MaragingIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Nickel Alloys to Steel-StainlessIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Nickel Alloys to Steel-ToolIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
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Nickel Alloys to Steel, Low-AlloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Nickel Alloys to Steel, High-Alloyed (Ferritic)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Nickel Alloys to Steel, High-Alloyed (Austenitic)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Nickel Alloys to TitaniumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Nickel Alloys to Titanium AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Nickel Alloys to Valve Materials (Automotive)Ideally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
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Nickel Alloys PM to Steel, Low-AlloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
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Nickel Alloys PM to Titanium AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Niobium Alloys to Niobium AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Nimonic to NimonicIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Nimonic to Steel-AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Nimonic to Steel-CarbonIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Nimonic to Steel-Free MachiningSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Nimonic to Steel-MaragingIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Nimonic to Steel-StainlessIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Nimonic to Steel-ToolIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Nimonic to Valve Materials (Automotive)Ideally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Niobium to NiobiumIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Niobium Alloys to Niobium AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
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Niobium to Steel, High-Alloyed (Austenitic)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Niobium to TitaniumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Niobium to Titanium AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Silver to CopperIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Silver Alloys to Silver AlloysSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Alloys to AluminumIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Alloys to Aluminum AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Alloys to CobaltIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Alloys to MonelIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Alloys to NickelIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Alloys to Nickel AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Alloys to NimonicIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Alloys to Steel-AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Alloys to Steel-CarbonIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Alloys to Steel-Free MachiningIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Alloys to Steel-MaragingIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Alloys to Steel-SinteredSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Alloys to Steel-StainlessIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Alloys to Steel-ToolIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Alloys to Valve Materials (Automotive)Ideally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Carbon to AluminumIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Carbon to Aluminum AlloysSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Carbon to BronzeIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Carbon to Carbides CementedIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Carbon to CobaltIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Carbon to CopperIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Carbon to Copper NickelIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Carbon to Iron SinteredIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Carbon to MonelIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Carbon to NickelIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Carbon to NickelIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Carbon to NimonicIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Carbon to Steel-AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Carbon to Steel-CarbonIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Carbon to Steel-Free Machining –Suitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Carbon to Steel-MaragingIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Carbon to Steel-SinteredSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Carbon to Steel-StainlessIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Carbon to Steel-ToolIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Carbon to Titanium AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel-Carbon to Valve Materials (Automotive)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel-Free Machining to MonelSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Free Machining to NickelSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Free Machining to Nickel AlloysSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Free Machining to NimonicSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Free Machining to Steel-AlloysSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Free Machining to Steel-CarbonSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Free Machining to Steel-Free MachiningSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Free Machining to Steel-MaragingSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Free Machining to Steel-StainlessSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Free Machining to Steel-ToolSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Free Machining to Valve Materials (Automotive)Suitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Maraging to MonelIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Maraging to NickelIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Maraging to Nickel AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Maraging to NimonicIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Maraging to Steel-AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Maraging to Steel-CarbonIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Maraging to Steel-Free MachiningSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Maraging to Steel-MaragingIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Maraging to Steel-StainlessIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Maraging to Steel-ToolIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Maraging to Valve Materials (Automotive)Ideally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Sintered to Steel-AlloysSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Sintered to Steel-CarbonSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Sintered to Steel-SinteredSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Sintered to Steel-StainlessSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Stainless to AluminumIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Stainless to Aluminum AlloysSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Stainless to CopperIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Stainless to Copper NickelIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Stainless to MonelIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Stainless to NickelIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Stainless to Nickel AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Stainless to NimonicIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Stainless to Steel-AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Stainless to Steel-CarbonIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Stainless to Steel-Free MachiningSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Stainless to Steel-MaragingIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Stainless to Steel-SinteredSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Stainless to Steel-StainlessIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Stainless to TitaniumSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Stainless to Titanium AlloysSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Stainless to Valve Materials (Automotive)Ideally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Stainless to Zirconium AlloysSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Tool to Carbides CementedIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Tool to NickelIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Tool to Nickel AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Tool to NimonicIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Tool to Steel-AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Tool to Steel-CarbonIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel-Tool to Steel-Free MachiningSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Tool to Steel-MaragingSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel-Tool to Steel-ToolIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
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Steel, Unalloyed to Aluminum PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel, Unalloyed to Cast IronConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel, Unalloyed to Hard Metal, Tool SteelsConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel, Unalloyed to CopperConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel, Unalloyed to Copper AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel, Unalloyed to MagnesiumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
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Steel, Unalloyed to NickelConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
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Steel, Unalloyed to Steel, High-Alloyed (Ferritic)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel, Unalloyed to Steel, High-Alloyed (Austenitic)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
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Steel, Unalloyed to Free Cutting SteelConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel, Unalloyed to TitaniumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
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Steel, Low-Alloyed to AluminumIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel, Low-Alloyed to Aluminum AlloysSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel, Low-Alloyed to Aluminum PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel, Low-Alloyed to Cast IronConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel, Low-Alloyed to Hard Metal, Tool SteelsConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel, Low-Alloyed to CopperConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
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Steel, Low-Alloyed to NickelConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
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Steel, Low-Alloyed to Steel, High-Alloyed (Austenitic)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
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Steel, Low-Alloyed to Free Cutting SteelConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
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Steel, Low-Alloyed to Tungsten PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel, High-Alloyed (Ferritic) to AluminumIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Steel, High-Alloyed (Ferritic) to Aluminum AlloysSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Steel, High-Alloyed (Ferritic) to Aluminum PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
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Steel, High-Alloyed (Ferritic) to CopperConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
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Steel, High-Alloyed (Ferritic) to NickelConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel, High-Alloyed (Ferritic) to Nickel AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel, High-Alloyed (Ferritic) to NiobiumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
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Steel, High-Alloyed (Ferritic) to Steel Low-AlloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
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Steel, High-Alloyed (Austenitic) to AluminumIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
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Steel, High-Alloyed (Austenitic) to CopperConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
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Steel, High-Alloyed (Austenitic) to NickelConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
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Steel, High-Alloyed (Austenitic) to NiobiumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
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Steel Casting to Aluminum AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
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Steel Casting to CopperConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel Casting to Copper AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel Casting to Steel, UnalloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel Casting to Steel, Low-AlloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel Casting to Steel, High-Alloyed (Ferritic)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel Casting to Steel, High-Alloyed (Austenitic)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel Casting to Steel CastingConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel Casting to Steel PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel Casting to Free Cutting SteelConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel PM to AluminumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel PM to Aluminum AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel PM to Cast IronConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel PM to CopperConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel PM to Copper AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel PM to Steel, UnalloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel PM to Steel, Low-AlloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel PM to Steel, High-Alloyed (Ferritic)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel PM to Steel, High-Alloyed (Austenitic)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel PM to Steel CastingConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel PM to Steel PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel PM to Free Casting SteelConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel (Free Cutting) to AluminumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel (Free Cutting) to Aluminum AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel (Free Cutting) to CopperConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel (Free Cutting) to Copper AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel (Free Cutting) to Steel, UnalloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel (Free Cutting) to Steel, Low-AlloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel (Free Cutting) to Steel, High-Alloyed (Ferritic)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel (Free Cutting) to Steel, High-Alloyed (Austenitic)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel (Free Cutting) to Steel CastingConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel (Free Cutting) to Steel PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Steel (Free Cutting) to Free Cutting SteelConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Tantalum to TantalumIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Tantalum to TitaniumIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Thorium to ThoriumSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Titanium to AluminumIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Titanium to Aluminum AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Titanium to CopperIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Titanium to Copper AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Titanium to NickelConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Titanium to Nickel AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Titanium to Nickel Alloys PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Titanium to NiobiumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Titanium to Steel-UnalloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Titanium to Steel, Low-AlloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Titanium to Steel, High-Alloyed (Austenitic)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Titanium to Steel-StainlessSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Titanium to TantalumIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Titanium to TitaniumIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Titanium to Titanium AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Titanium Alloys to AluminumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Titanium Alloys to Aluminum AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Titanium Alloys to CopperConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Titanium Alloys to Copper AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Titanium Alloys to NickelConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Titanium Alloys to Nickel AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Titanium Alloys to Nickel Alloys PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Titanium Alloys to NiobiumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Titanium Alloys to Steel-UnalloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Titanium Alloys to Steel, Low-AlloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Titanium Alloys to Steel, High-Alloyed (Austenitic)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Titanium Alloys to TitaniumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Titanium Alloys to Titanium AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Titanium Alloys to Steel-StainlessSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Titanium Alloys to Titanium AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Tungsten to AluminumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Tungsten to Aluminum AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Tungsten to TungstenSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Tungsten Carbide Cemented to AluminumIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Tungsten PM to AluminumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Tungsten PM to Aluminum AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Tungsten PM to CopperConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Tungsten PM to Copper AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Tungsten PM to Steel-UnalloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Tungsten PM to Steel, Low-AlloyedConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Tungsten PM to Steel, High-Alloyed (Austenitic)Consult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Tungsten PM to Tungsten PMIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Tungsten Copper PM to AluminumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Tungsten Copper PM to Aluminum AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Tungsten Copper PM to CopperConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Tungsten Copper PM to Copper AlloysConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Tungsten Copper PM to Tungsten PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Tungsten Copper PM to Tungsten Copper PMConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Uranium to UraniumIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Valve Material (Automotive) to Nickel AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Valve Material (Automotive) to NimonicIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Valve Material (Automotive) to Steel-AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Valve Material (Automotive) to Steel-CarbonIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Valve Material (Automotive) to Steel-Free MachiningSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Valve Material (Automotive) to Steel-MaragingIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Valve Material (Automotive) to Steel-StainlessIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Valve Material (Automotive) to Valve Material (Automotive)Ideally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Vanadium to VanadiumConsult Spinweld Inc for analysis of inertia and direct friction weldability
Zirconium Alloys to AluminumIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Zirconium Alloys to CopperIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)
Zirconium Alloys to Steel-StainlessSuitable for applications requiring less than full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding
Zirconium Alloys to Zirconium AlloysIdeally suitable for full strength metallurgical bonds for inertia and direct friction welding (In some cases post weld treatment is necessary to produce full strength)

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