WeldComputer adaptive controls are used in the most critical military and defense applications for the Army, Navy, Air Force, NASA, National Laboratories, and the National Nuclear Security Administration.
- WeldComputer is the only controls company represented on the D17 committee that writes the military specification for the industry.*
- Applications that rely on WeldComputer technology include:
- Antenna array on Patriot Missile
- Other missile system components
- Military jet engines
- Recouperator on engine to M1 tank
- Heat shielding on engine of space shuttle
- Aluminum spot welding on fighter planes
- Several provisions have been written in the most recent release of the D17 (Military) Specification for Aerospace Welding to allow manufacturers to take fuller advantage of adaptive control technology.
- Military approvals for defense contractors using WeldComputer adaptive controls to eliminate destructive testing date back more than 20 years.
- A major aerospace defense manufacturer welding aluminum with a WeldComputer adaptive control demonstrated a reliability exceeding 99.9999 percent.
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*For a copy of the latest AWS D17 Standards, Specification for Resistance Welding for Aerospace Applications, contact email@example.com