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CNC Welding Pics

These Pics Will Give You an Idea of
Our In-Depth Welding Expertise ...


Our equipment is fully computer controlled for accuracy and repeatability. Our unique software has such specialized features such as Automatic Pulse Length Control, Pulse/Wire/Distance Ramp Up and Ramp Down Coodination, and Coordinated Manual Override of ALL parameters including travel speed simultaneously. What this means is that as we manually override and vary the travel speed, the amperage pulses and wirefeeds (both HI&LO) are adjusted automatically so that the ripple profile and filler volume per inch remains constant. This is especially helpful during welding schedule development for maximizing productivity and minimizing weld costs.

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When parts vary from each other, we can "probe" them to "find" them. For example, once this end mill was "probed", it's unique features such as it's actual flute length, helical twist, and cutting edge locations were recorded and used by the computer control to perfectly weld it. This pic shows the end mill after welding with an M-42 tool steel filler. Once sharpened, our welded cutters perform better than the originals!

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We can make very small welds such as welding two razor blade edges together or we can make very large multipass welds such as those shown in these photos. Notice the consistency in the weld ripple profile ... although the travel speed varied considerably during this weld! This is a real-world example of how coordinating ALL parameters together even during a manual override produces perfect results.

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For this Titanium application, a Mini-chamber was needed to completely purge the weld area of all external atmosphere gasses. As the second photo shows, our engineered Mini-chamber worked perfectly and the welds were complete free of contamination.

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This small fuel injector was refurbished by multipass welding around it's Outer Diameter. We used the M-PAW process for this application. By starting and stopping the weld slowly but greatly speeding up the bulk of the welding in the center, we were able to keep the heat to a minimum which produced minimal shrinkage and a successful refurbishment operation. This nickel alloy machined back to the original dimensions beautifully.

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... from specialized End Mill Tooling ... to more conventional but very accurate automated weld tooling ... to exotic tooling for advanced applications ... we can do it all!

Give us a call today. We'd love to help!

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