EWI, ATI Authorized to Operate Center for Naval Metalworking

By Rebecca Gurk on Wednesday, February 1st, 2017 in Aerospace, Arc Welding, Defense, Dissimilar Metals Joining, EWI – Company, Government, Heavy Industry, Heavy Manufacturing, NDE and Inspection. No Comments

We are pleased to announce that on January 17, 2017, the Office of Naval Research Manufacturing Technology Program (ONR-ManTech) announced that the team of Advanced Technology International (ATI) and EWI has been authorized to operate the Center for Naval Metalworking (CNM).

Nucor-Yamato Steel is New EWI Member Company

By Beth Sharb on Wednesday, December 28th, 2016 in Arc Welding, Automotive, EWI – Company, Forming, Heavy Industry, Heavy Manufacturing, Manufacturing Innovation, Manufacturing Technology, Membership, Modeling & Simulation. No Comments

We are pleased to welcome Nucor-Yamato Steel Company as new EWI member. Formed in 1987 with the goal of operating a steel mini-mill to manufacturing wide-flange beams, Nucor-Yamato Steel now has the capacity to produce over 2.5 million tons per year of not only wide-flange beams, but also H-piling, sheet piling, standard I-beams, channels, andRead more

Detroit Sheet Metal Welding Conference is a Wrap!

By Jerry Gould on Tuesday, November 1st, 2016 in Advanced Manufacturing, Arc Welding, Automotive, Dissimilar Materials, Dissimilar Metals Joining, Events, EWI Network, Friction Processes, Heavy Industry, Lightweighting, Manufacturing Competitiveness, Manufacturing Innovation, Materials Engineering, Metal Composites, Resistance Processes/Solid-State Processes. No Comments

The AWS Detroit Sheet Metal Welding Conference (SMWC) is a bi-annual event focused on new research in the areas of automotive joining and assembly.  EWI has long been a event sponsor, and serves on the technical leadership team.  The 17th conference (32rd year!) took place October 19-20. SWMC XVII featured three keynote presentations.  The first, by Dr. FelixRead more

Recently Published: Ultrasonic impact treatment to improve stress corrosion cracking resistance of welded joints of aluminum alloy

By Darlene Kerr on Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016 in Arc Welding, EWI – Company, Materials Engineering, Ultrasonic Processes. No Comments

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.

Oatey is Now Member of EWI

By Linda Holmes on Thursday, July 21st, 2016 in Arc Welding, EWI – Company, Heavy Industry. No Comments

We’re pleased to welcome Oatey Company as a new EWI member. Oatey has been manufacturing products for the plumbing industry since 1916. Products include solvent cements, washing machine outlet boxes, drains, and much more for both residential and consumer applications. Oatey is headquartered in Cleveland, with manufacturing and distribution facilities worldwide.

EWI Offers Customized Training Course for NRC

By Beth Sharb on Friday, July 8th, 2016 in Arc Welding, Government, Materials Engineering, Structural Integrity. No Comments

Last month at EWI, nine professionals from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission attended a two-week Welding Technology and Codes Training class.  This course, specially created for the NRC, was first offered in 2009 by EWI  in conjunction with OSU Welding Engineering faculty. EWI and OSU are in a unique position to offer this course with the collective knowledge and teachingRead more

Fundamentals of Welding Engineering course to be offered in August

By Beth Sharb on Tuesday, July 5th, 2016 in Arc Welding, Events, Friction Processes, Laser Processing, Materials Engineering, Modeling & Simulation, Resistance Processes/Solid-State Processes, Soldering and Brazing, Structural Integrity, Ultrasonic Processes. No Comments

EWI’s next Fundamentals of Welding Engineering class is scheduled for August 8-12, 2016. This ​five-day ​course ​provides ​engineers ​and ​technicians ​an ​overview ​of ​the ​various ​aspects ​of ​welding ​technology. ​The ​course ​is ​organized ​into ​modules ​discussing ​welding ​processes, ​welding ​metallurgy ​and ​weldability, ​welding ​design ​and ​testing ​(including ​mechanical ​testing ​and ​NDT), ​and ​qualifications ​and ​procedureRead more

ULA joins EWI as new member

By Linda Holmes on Tuesday, May 31st, 2016 in Additive Manufacturing, Aerospace, Arc Welding, Defense, EWI – Company, Government, Heavy Industry, Materials Engineering. No Comments

We are pleased to welcome United Launch Alliance (ULA)  to EWI membership. ULA provides reliable, cost-efficient space launch services for the U.S. government. Customers include the Department of Defense, NASA, the National Reconnaissance Office and other organizations. The company supports strategic U.S. space initiatives with advanced robust launch solutions to provide assured access to space and 100 percentRead more

Back by Popular Demand – Fundamentals of Welding Class

By Linda Holmes on Monday, May 23rd, 2016 in Arc Welding, Friction Processes, Materials Engineering, Resistance Processes/Solid-State Processes, Soldering and Brazing, Ultrasonic Processes. No Comments

EWI will once again offer its Fundamentals of Welding class the week of June 20-24, 2016, at EWI in Columbus, OH. This ​five-day ​course ​provides ​engineers ​and ​technicians ​an ​overview ​of ​the ​various ​aspects ​of ​welding ​technology. ​The ​course ​is ​organized ​into ​modules ​discussing ​welding ​processes, ​welding ​metallurgy ​and ​weldability, ​welding ​design ​and ​testing ​(including ​mechanical ​testingRead more