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  • The Science Behind Ultrasonic Welding

    The Science Behind Ultrasonic Welding

    • August 20, 2019

    Not all welding processes involve the use of an electric arc. While arc welding is certainly popular in the manufacturing and construction industries, there are welding processes available, including ultrasonic welding. Unlike arc welding, ultrasonic welding doesn’t use electricity to join two or more materials together. It uses ultrasonic sound waves. To learn more about

  • What Is Magnetic Abrasive Finishing?

    What Is Magnetic Abrasive Finishing?

    • August 16, 2019

    Also known as magnetic field-assisted finishing, magnetic abrasive finishing is a finishing process that involves the use of a magnetic field to apply particulate matter onto the surface of a workpiece or object. The purpose of magnetic abrasive finishing is to apply a powder coating. Of course, there are other finishing processes used for this

  • Comparing the 5 Primary Extrusion Processes

    Comparing the 5 Primary Extrusion Processes

    • August 15, 2019

    Extrusion is a manufacturing process that involves forcing material, such as heated metal, through a three-dimensional die. As shown in the image to the left, it’s used to create products or objects with a static cross-sectional profile. When the material is forced through the die, it creates a continuous line of the respective product or

  • Overview of Threaded Rods and How They Work

    • August 13, 2019

    Also known simply as a stud, a threaded rod is a metal fastener — typically made of stainless steel — that’s characterized by the presence of threading on both ends. Depending on the specific type of threaded rod, the threading may extend just partially, or it may extend all the way. Regardless, all threaded rods

  • What Is Laser Drilling?

    What Is Laser Drilling?

    • August 9, 2019

    Drilling is a cutting process that requires the use of a rotating cutting tool known as a drill bit to cut a circular hole into a workpiece. When the drill bit is placed against the workpiece and activated, it rotates to scoop out material from the workpiece, thereby creating a circular hole. Used for both

  • 6 Milling-Related Terms You Need to Know

    6 Milling-Related Terms You Need to Know

    • August 8, 2019

    Milling is a common machining process used in the manufacturing industry. It involves the use of a milling machine to remove material from a workpiece with a rotating cutting tool. Unlike lathes, milling machines don’t rotate the secured workpiece. Rather, they hold in the workpiece in place while exposing it to a rotating cutting tool.

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