EWI is the leading engineering and technology organization in North America dedicated to developing, testing, and implementing advanced manufacturing technologies for industry. 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 Columbus, Ohio, EWI also has technology centers in Buffalo, NY, and Loveland, Colorado. We also operate a consortia and cooperatives 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 a wide variety of technology test labs and $35 million of capital equipment in our three laboratory locations, EWI’s Associates – 160+ 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.
“Overall, as a source of expertise and evidence, EWI is more empirical and objective than other manufacturing technology services and consultants. Plus, the people are very accommodating.”
William Schooley, Manufacturing Engineer
voestalpine Roll Forming Corporation