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literature review of Titanium alloys and linear friction welding
Electron beam EB welding is a fusion welding process whereby electrons are generated by an electron gun and accelerated to high speeds using electrical fields. This high speed stream of electrons is tightly focused using magnetic fields and applied to the materials to be joined. The beam of electrons creates kinetic heat as it impacts with the workpieces, causing them to melt and bond together. Electron beam welding is performed in a vacuum environment as the presence of gas can cause the beam to scatter. Due it being a vacuum process and because of the high voltages used, this welding method is heavily automated and computer controlled. As a result, specialised fixtures and CNC tables are used to move the workpieces inside the welding vacuum chamber.
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What is a solvent weld? Instead, the pipe and the fitting are softened and chemically fuse together creating one piece. Once they are joined, they cannot be taken apart. You can get our best tips for creating a perfect solvent weld in the following video.
If the welding industry has anything to learn from the past decade, it is that the stakes of doing business have permanently been raised. The 's were characterized by an enhanced emphasis on quality, reducing costs to compete in a global market, optimizing floor space for maximum output, training and maintaining a skilled workforce. As a result, the major question for the new millennium is not if any particular metal fabricator will adopt robotic welding technology, but rather when and how. Automation will be a matter of survival, not only for large shops creating a high volume of pieces, but for the small fabricator, for whom the ability to raise productivity while reducing costs will determine the actual viability of his business.