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Friction stir welding is a powerful tool for joining non-weldable alloys without variation in weld metal chemistry. Friction stir processing is powerful tool to selectively refine and reinforce microstructures.
Friction stir welding principles are used to deposit materials to produce, reinforce and coat components with monolithic and microstructural gradients. The process yields wrought microstructure and properties.
We accelerate production speed, reduce manufacturing cost, and mitigate the residual stresses to industrialize powder bed fusion processes, directed energy deposition and other 3D printing processes.
We use solid-state thermo-mechanical processes to produce particulate and fiber reinforced composites with various types of matrices and reinforcements.
Both solid-state and liquid phase process are used to produce similar and dissimilar material joints including metals, composites, ceramics and polymers.
We design and develop testing equipments, experimental setup and special purpose machines to test materials, conduct critical experiments and implement new technologies.
We optimize any metallurgical processes using scientific principles and in depth understanding of end-to-end process steps to meet the application requirement
We develop and optimize supply chain for manufacturing industries with our end-to-end hands on experience & mitigate intense capital investment required for in-house facility.
We optimize heat treatment for newer alloys and components manufactured using newer processes such as 3D printing at the fractional cost of what is being spend today.
We produce smaller quantities of newer alloys using electrical resistance furnace to support advanced alloy development.
We reduce cost, time and effort required for testing and qualification of new materials and processes to satisfy industrial and OEM standards.
We develop newer methods for producing safe powder manufacturing process for reactive metal alloys.
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