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Aerospace Welding

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.
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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.

Case Study

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

Many clients rely on WeldComputer to solve their resistance welding needs. Contact us for more information and a free consultation to see if WeldComputer is right for your resistance welding application.

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