EWI develops and applies manufacturing technology innovation within the manufacturing industry. Since the early 1980s, the company has helped mid-to-large sized manufacturers in the aerospace, automotive, government/defense, heavy manufacturing, consumer products and light industrial, energy, and rail industry sectors improve their operational efficiencies through innovative materials joining and allied technologies.
As a member-based organization, EWI provides applied research, manufacturing support, and strategic services to more than 1,200 member company locations worldwide. Several EWI member companies are world-leaders in their particular manufacturing sector, and for competitive purposes, request that their member status be held strictly confidential. This is a request that we dutifully honor at all times. Learn about becoming an EWI member.
EWI also operates a number of centers and consortia that act as hubs for the advancement of specific technologies and industries; all of which are designed to improve public/private collaboration, strengthen U.S. manufacturing supply chains, and make U.S. manufacturers more competitive on a global scale. These include the Additive Manufacturing Consortium, EWI Energy Center, EWI Nuclear Fabrication Center, EWI Rail Manufacturing Technology Center
Our headquarters in Columbus, Ohio contain full-size laboratories and a staff of highly skilled engineers, scientists, technicians, industry experts, and project managers — here to help you resolve your manufacturing process and production issues, and make your operation more competitive through manufacturing technology innovation.