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Meet the EWI Arc Welding Team – Nick Kapustka

This installment of “Meet the Team” features Nick Kapustka.  Nick is a bright young engineer with experience in aerospace applications and non-ferrous materials.  Please don’t hesitate to contact Nick if you have any questions or interests related to EWI or Arc Welding. You can reach him at 614.688.5000 or nkapustka@ewi.org. Technical Expertise Nick Kapustka is […]

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New paper — GMAW-P Welding of Copper-nickel Pipe Joints for Shipbuilding Applications

Virtually all ship designs utilize copper-nickel alloys for applications such as fire mains and other seawater/freshwater piping, tanks, and structures such as rope guards and fairings. The manual gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) process that is typically used to weld copper-nickel pipe joints has relatively low productivity due to slow travel speeds and low deposition […]

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Resources

Resource Library EWI’s online resource library offers a wide selection of technical papers, guides, demonstration videos and more.  Browse through to sample our offerings, though leadership, and research, or use the search tool to find the topic you want. Additive Manufacturing: Moving Beyond Rapid Prototyping DOWNLOAD Automated Inspection for Greater Manufacturing Productivity DOWNLOAD Challenges in […]

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EWI Titanium Weld Color Inspection Kit

EWI Titanium Weld Color Inspection Kit The Titanium Weld Color Inspection Kit from EWI provides fabricators of titanium with a high quality, comprehensive tool for performing weld color inspection as part of their weld quality assurance process. The kit is commonly deployed for visual inspection of titanium weldments across all industries, including defense, aerospace, chemical […]

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Defense Solutions

With EWI, you can reduce timelines and costs to meet required readiness levels. EWI helps defense manufacturers deploy the most innovative technologies for higher, faster, and safer product performance while fostering cost efficiency and sustainment measures. EWI’s cross-disciplinary capabilities enable our engineers to provide options for solving complex, unpredictable military needs. Our engineers continue to […]

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Advancements in EWI DeepTIG™ for Higher Productivity GTAW – New Paper

For some time, EWI DeepTIG has been available in specialized flux formulas for carbon steel, stainless steel, and nickel-based alloys. Now, a more user-friendly version of the product, EWI DeepTIG wire, is also available and can be used like any other welding filler metal. The advantage is that penetration can be increased 250%-300% compared to conventional welds made with solid wire.

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New Paper – Pulsed Gas Metal Arc Welding of Copper-nickel Pipe Joints

Copper-nickel alloys are often used in shipbuilding for applications such as tanks, seawater and freshwater piping, and numerous other structures. Copper-nickel pipe joints are typically welded with manual gas tungsten arc welding; however, inherently slow travel speeds and low deposition rates impede productivity. The implementation of pulsed gas metal arc welding (GMAW-P) could yield significant […]

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Pulsed Gas Metal Arc Welding of Copper-nickel Pipe Joints — New Paper

Copper-nickel alloys are often used in shipbuilding for applications such as tanks, seawater and freshwater piping, and numerous other structures. Copper-nickel pipe joints are typically welded with manual gas tungsten arc welding; however, inherently slow travel speeds and low deposition rates impede productivity. The implementation of pulsed gas metal arc welding (GMAW-P) could yield significant […]

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Pulsed Gas Metal Arc Welding of Copper-nickel Pipe Joints

A new article byNick Kapustka, Applications EngineerPaul Blomquist, Business Development Manager, Navy & ArmyEWI Under funding from the National Shipbuilding Research Program Advanced Shipbuilding Enterprise, EWI worked with two shipyards to explore the benefits of modern digitally controlled GMAW-P power sources and develop procedures that meet NAVSEA qualification requirements for these joints. This paper discusses […]

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Returning from FABTECH 2015 – An EWI Associate’s Perspective

FABTECH is always an information-packed meeting for me. This year, advances in computer technology and information sharing capability was a strong theme with equipment suppliers.  New types and improvements in welding consumables were also noteworthy.  Welder training devices, including a couple that EWI helped to develop, were drawing crowds in several booths. EWI engineers had […]

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