WeldComputer Adaptive Controls are in widespread use by military and commercial jet engine manufacturers. Some of the many aerospace applications include:
- Aluminum spot welding on fighter planes,
- Aluminum and titanium spot welding on helicopters,
- Spot welding on jet engines,
- Cockpit parts in commercial airliners,
- Rocket and missile components,
- Honeycomb structures on aircrafts and jet engines,
- Heat shielding on space shuttle engine, and
- Precision welding on superplastically formed titanium structures for next-generation aircraft.
Learn more about how to use clauses in the D17.2 MIL-SPEC to eliminate destructive testing.
Let us help you replace costly destructive testing
U.S. military approvals to use WeldComputer Adaptive Controls as a replacement for periodic destructive testing under MIL-W-6858D date back to 1988. Read the summary report here.
WeldComputer’s representation on the AWS D17 Committee has been instrumental in writing revisions into the MIL-SPEC. This allows manufacturers to more fully take advantage of advanced adaptive control and weld monitoring techniques to reduce the cost and time required to maintain compliance with the MIL-SPEC.
No matter the resistance welding application, WeldComputer can help you meet your welding needs and meet D17.2 requirements.