The defining characteristic that makes an alloy weldable or not is it's tendency to exhibit liquation micro cracks in the heat affected zone from welding.
If you have a part that is finished, or should be finished, but there are small surfaces that are undersized from the machining operations.
With a success rate of over 99.9%, restoring a casting with the MicroMIG™ process is currently a certified process for numerous jet engine manufacturers.
The MicroMIG™ advanced welding technology salvages new castings that would be
labeled “scrap” by restoring them to “like new” condition. The results are reduced
manufacturing costs, environmental impact, and time investment.
Since 1988, we have provided advanced welding technologies primarily to some of the top aerospace suppliers, jet engine manufacturers and local customers specializing in unique markets. Our work has been utilized by both government and private entities from prototype weld repairs on engine components to process optimization in production and MicroMIG™ repaired parts have been flying in commercial aircraft since the early 1990’s.
Our Business Management System is AS9100 certified and has been since 2010. We provide the necessary quality documentation, travelers, shop routers, NIST traceability, inspections, and welder certs to meet the standards you demand.
In the aerospace industry, quality is of the utmost importance. Our successful weld repair rate of over 99.9% speaks to the consistency and applicability of our process and standards.
7451 Oakmeadows Drive
Worthington, Ohio 43085
PH: (614) 847-9410
Daniel B. Mitchell, President
Matt Ross, VP Production
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