Having highly skilled engineers and technicians test your welds and materials and provide rapid and accurate results, analysis and samples is crucial for your R&D and product improvements.

EWI’s Testing Services team operates highly equipped, ISO/IEC 17025-certified mechanical and metallurgical labs, a specialized machine shop, heat treatment, and welding facilities – all at a single location. Standard, non-standard/specialty, and semi-specialty testing are available.

Importantly, our team does more than just test and evaluate your specific material or joint. They help you understand the results and provide valuable input based on real-world experience, allowing you to move forward with smarter, stronger, safer, and more deployable designs.

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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
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Oatey is Now Member of EWI
We're pleased to welcome Oatey Company as a new EWI member.…
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The Importance of Designing for Additive Manufacturing
Additive manufacturing is changing how we design parts, components, products, and structures. It removes constraints and enables new freedom and flexibility. Additive manufacturing is changing how we design parts, components, products,…
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Assessment of Literature on Fatigue Performance of Additively Manufactured Metals
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New Article: “Application of direct resistance treatment to localized areas on advanced high strength steel sheet”
An article by EWI Technolgy Leader Jerry Gould and EWI Applications Engineer Warren Peterson was recently published in WELDING IN THE WORLD.An article by EWI Technolgy Leader Jerry Gould and EWI…
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Eli Lilly is New EWI Member
EWI welcomes Eli Lilly & Company as a new member…
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