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EWI empowers industry leaders to overcome complex manufacturing challenges and seamlessly integrate new processes to bring products to market more quickly and efficiently. With unmatched expertise and advanced manufacturing technology resources, EWI is an integral extension of our clients’ innovation and R&D teams. We can assist you at any stage in your process—or collaborate with you from start to finish.
Fundamentals of Welding Engineering class in Columbus starts October 16th
Don’t miss out! There are just two more spots left in our upcoming FUNDAMENTALS OF WELDING ENGINEERING course set for October 16-20, 2023. Join us for a comprehensive introduction to welding processes, metallurgy and weldability, mechanical testing and NDT, and more. Sign up today.Details and Registration
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