Slow Motion Linear Friction Welding Of Titanium!!

Linear Friction Welding Of TitaniumLinear Friction Welding Of Titanium

Linear Friction Welding is a solid-state process in which one part moves in a linear motion at high speed and is pressed against another part held stationary. The resulting friction heats the parts, causing them to forge together.

Slow Motion Linear Friction Welding Of Titanium!!

In the video below, we take a slow-motion look at the process. The method involves two pieces of Titanium being pushed together, one oscillating at a high frequency. This creates friction that heats the metals to a temperature at which they are able to join together. When the oscillation stops, the parts cool to form a forged-quality weld.

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