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

By Rebecca Gurk on Thursday, May 10th, 2018 in Advanced Manufacturing, Arc Welding, Heavy Industry, Heavy Manufacturing, Technology Innovation. No Comments

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.


Exciting News from EWI in New York and Colorado

By Rebecca Gurk on Tuesday, May 8th, 2018 in Additive Manufacturing, Advanced Manufacturing, First Time Quality, Flexible Automation, In-Process Monitoring, In-Process Sensing, Manufacturing Competitiveness, Manufacturing Innovation, Manufacturing Technology, Metal 3D Printing, NDE and Inspection, Technology Innovation. No Comments

EWI, headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, has been helping manufacturers innovate since 1984. In recent years, we’ve expanded to two new locations, giving our customers throughout the country greater access to our technology, resources, and manufacturing services. Lately, our New York and Colorado facilities have been making headlines. Buffalo Manufacturing Works, our first expansion location, openedRead more


EWI Welcomes New Member Bordrin Motor Corporation

By Heidi Wilson on Thursday, March 8th, 2018 in Advanced Energy, Automotive, EWI – Company, Manufacturing Competitiveness, Manufacturing Technology, Technology Innovation. No Comments

Bordrin Motor Corporation has joined EWI as a new member. With five locations worldwide, the company has accumulated experience in the automotive and technology industries. Bordrin’s focus is on creating future mobility products and services through electrification, connectivity and shared driving.    


Cybersecurity Co-op Program Developed by EWI Launches in Virginia

By Rebecca Gurk on Friday, January 19th, 2018 in Defense, EWI – Company, Government, Technology Innovation. No Comments

The Virginia Coalfield Economic Development Authority has closed on a $509,000+ grant to the Buchanan County Industrial Development Authority to implement a cybersecurity pilot program designed to create jobs in the cybersecurity field. The project, developed by EWI, will serve to mentor students to learn network monitoring skills through an on-the-job training cooperative aimed at assisting small and medium size manufacturers.


Enhance Your Manufacturing Competitiveness with EWI Membership

By Rebecca Gurk on Tuesday, December 5th, 2017 in Advanced Manufacturing, EWI – Company, Manufacturing Competitiveness, Manufacturing Innovation, Manufacturing Technology, Technology Innovation. No Comments

Manufacturers in all industrial sectors seek to increase their competitive advantage and innovate faster. However, not everyone has access to the advanced manufacturing technologies and engineering expertise that can enable them to do so. Often these businesses turn to EWI when they need advisory, technology development, or implementation services to complete a project. They know they can relyRead more


EWI associates to meet with attendees at DMC 2017

By Rebecca Gurk on Wednesday, November 29th, 2017 in Additive Manufacturing, Advanced Manufacturing, Control Technologies, Defense, EWI – Company, First Time Quality, Government, In-Process Monitoring, In-Process Sensing, Manufacturing Innovation, Manufacturing Technology, Modeling & Simulation, NDE and Inspection, Technology Innovation. No Comments

As in past years, EWI will be well represented at the upcoming Defense Manufacturing Conference in Tampa, FL,  December 4-7. Several  associates will present technical research during the conference, and our staff will also be on hand to meet with colleagues, customers, and companies interested in using EWI’s services to address defense manufacturing challenges. If you plan to  attend DMC 2017, weRead more


First Solar joins EWI as new member

By Christine Filippetti on Wednesday, October 25th, 2017 in Advanced Energy, Dissimilar Metals Joining, EWI – Company, Manufacturing Innovation, Technology Innovation. No Comments

We are pleased to welcome First Solar, Inc., to EWI membership. The company’s North American manufacturing facility is located in Perrysburg, OH. First Solar has developed, financed, engineered, and constructed many of the world’s largest grid-connected photovoltaic (PV) power plants in operation today.      


EWI Presents Key Modules of Department of Energy’s New “Build4Scale” Program

By Rebecca Gurk on Wednesday, October 11th, 2017 in Advanced Manufacturing, EWI – Products, Manufacturing Innovation, Technology Innovation. No Comments

On October 6th, EWI introduced the Department of Energy’s new “Build4Scale Manufacturing Entrepreneur Training” (Build4Scale) to a group of  business, academic and government representatives. The 4-hour training session took place at the EWI facility in Loveland, Colorado, and coinciding with Manufacturing Day 2017 events taking place throughout the country. The Build4Scale program includes training content andRead more


EWI to hold seminar on future of materials joining and forming in Detroit, October 19th

By Beth Sharb on Friday, September 1st, 2017 in Advanced Manufacturing, Automotive, Composites Joining, Dissimilar Metals Joining, Forming, Lightweighting, Manufacturing Competitiveness, Manufacturing Innovation, Manufacturing Technology, Technology Innovation. No Comments

On October 19, 2017, EWI Director of Technology Tom McGaughy will present “The Future of Materials Joining & Forming: Priorities and Challenges.” This free event will be held at the Southfield Marriott near Detroit.


Use of Design of Experiments (DOE) Methods in Materials Joining Research

By Jerry Gould on Tuesday, August 15th, 2017 in Advanced Manufacturing, Manufacturing Competitiveness, Manufacturing Innovation, Manufacturing Technology, Technology Innovation. No Comments

Design of Experiments (DOE) methods have been used as a tool for industrial research for many decades. These methods allow empirical correlation between defined input data factors and any number of responses from the process of interest.  For example, in resistance spot welding input parameters might be current, weld time, and force. Responses would thenRead more