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Aerospace Welding

Trusted controls by the leading aerospace resistance welders and manufacturers

Soaring through the earth’s atmosphere presents unique challenges, meaning effective resistance welding is critical. The integrity of each weld is critical. That’s why we strive to help Aircraft and Aerospace manufacturers make consistent, reliable, and high-quality resistance welds with our WeldComputer solutions. Let us help elevate your aerospace resistance welding to new heights!

  • Aerospace-Grade Precision for over 30 years: WeldComputer Adaptive Controls are in widespread use by military and commercial jet engine manufacturers.
  • Trusted by the U.S. Air Force and NASA: We’ve helped leaders in the aviation and aerospace industries ensure the highest-quality results when weld failure is not an option.
  • Eliminate costly destructive testing: WeldComputer’s Adaptive and integrated monitoring control system is aligned to D17.2 requirements, reducing the cost and time required to maintain compliance with the MIL-SPEC.
Learn more about how to use clauses in the D17.2 MIL-SPEC to eliminate destructive testing.

Weld to D17.2 and P8TF4 MIL-SPEC Standards

Since 1988, the U.S. military approved the use of the WeldComputer® Adaptive Controls as a replacement for periodic destructive testing under MIL-W-6858D. Allied-Signal Aerospace manufacturing was able to achieve greater than 99.9999% reliability to meet the size and strength requirements for its Class A aluminum welds. Additionally, as a key contributor to the AWS D17 Committee, we’ve helped the aerospace community to perform high-quality resistance welds and take advantage of advanced adaptive control and weld monitoring techniques to reduce the cost and time required to maintain compliance with the MIL-SPEC.

Customer Spotlight

Sandia National Laboratories

Using the WeldComputer Adaptive Control, Sandia National Laboratories can perform high-quality projection welded stems and pinch welds on aluminum alloys 2219 and 3003. The WeldComputer control allows Sandia National Laboratories to achieve millisecond feedback control at currents up to 150 kA and ensure welding consistency with each welded alloy.

Case Study

See how Sandia National Labs is utilizing WeldComputer wave synthesis technology for adaptive resistance welding of aluminum alloys.

No resistance welding challenge is too complex for our experts to help you with. Speak to our team in a FREE consultation to see what WeldComputer can do for you.

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