• ewi building columbus ohioEWI’s mission is to shape the future of manufacturing
    through innovative technology solutions.
  • ewi building columbus ohioEWI’s mission is to shape the future of manufacturing
    through innovative technology solutions.
  • ewi building columbus ohioEWI’s mission is to shape the future of manufacturing
    through innovative technology solutions.
  • ewi building columbus ohioEWI’s mission is to shape the future of manufacturing
    through innovative technology solutions.

EWI is the leading engineering and technology organization in North America dedicated to advanced materials joining and allied manufacturing technologies. Since 1984, we have provided applied research, manufacturing support, and strategic services to leaders in the aerospace, automotive, consumer products, electronics, medical, energy & chemical, government, and heavy manufacturing industries. By matching our expertise in materials joining, forming, testing, and modeling to the needs of forward-thinking manufacturers, we successfully create practical, efficient, and effective solutions in product design, fabrication, and production.

In addition to the services and products available to customers on a per-project basis, EWI offers organization membership to help companies get the most from working with us. With direct access to our highly skilled technical staff, facilities, and library research services, members are able to solve their toughest problems, deliver higher quality products faster, and gain the competitive edge in a rapidly changing manufacturing environment.

Headquartered in Ohio, EWI has locations in Columbus, Buffalo, metro Detroit, and metro Washington, DC. We also operate a number of interest groups 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.

With full-size test labs and $20 million of capital equipment in our 132,000 sq. ft. facility, EWI’s Associates – 140+ engineers, technicians, industry experts, and member advocates – can help you address your process and production issues, and make your operation more competitive through manufacturing technology innovation.

Latest News

Synapse Biomedical is a New Member of EWI
EWI welcomes Synapse Biomedical, Inc. (SBI) as a new member…
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EWI Video Library Now Available
Did you know that EWI has an extensive Video Library…
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EWI Librarians Volunteer at IFLA
This week more than 3,000 librarians from 145 countries are…
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Recently Published: Ultrasonic impact treatment to improve stress corrosion cracking resistance of welded joints of aluminum alloy
In a new paper, EWI's Yu-Ping Yang and colleagues discuss the significant problem of stress corrosion cracking of welded joints of 6005A-T6 aluminum alloy in high-speed trains, and demonstrate how ultrasonic impact treatment can control the residual stress of the welded joints.In a new paper, EWI's Yu-Ping Yang and colleagues discuss…
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EWI Purchases Industry-Leading Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing System From Sciaky
EWI, a leading engineering and technology organization dedicated to developing, testing, and implementing advanced manufacturing technologies has purchased an industry-leading Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM™) system from Sciaky, Inc.EWI, a leading engineering and technology organization dedicated to developing,…
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The Great Minds of Carbon Equivalent — Part IV
In earlier parts of The Great Minds of Carbon Equivalent, I’ve discussed the value and evolution of carbon equivalent (CE) equations in the prediction of heat affected zone (HAZ) hardenability in steels. In this final article, I discuss two future CE research trendsIn earlier parts of The Great Minds of Carbon Equivalent,…
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Rick Gardner Appointed Director of EWI Colorado
EWI is pleased to announce the appointment of Rick Gardner…
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New EWI Article: Design for Additive Manufacturing
Traditionally, “Design for Manufacturability” (DFM) is defined as the process used to design parts in order to minimize the complexity of manufacturing operations. However, when designing for additive manufacturing (AM), the flexibility of AM processes and the wide range of available materials become driving factors.Traditionally, “Design for Manufacturability” (DFM) is defined as the process…
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