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Zwick Roell provides flexible materials testing over a wide temperature range

2018-10-19
To enable the tests required for development work to be performed with maximum efficiency, the Zwick Roell Group (ZwickRoell) – a global supplier of materials testing machines based out of Ulm, Germany – developed a materials testing machine that can be equipped with both a temperature chamber and a high-temperature furnace.
Standard

Welding, Resistance: Spot and Seam

2007-11-21
CURRENT
AMSW6858B
This specification covers requirements for resistance spot and seam welding of the following metals and their alloys. Group 1 - Aluminum and magnesium Group 2 - Iron, nickel, and cobalt Group 3 - Titanium
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Welding, Resistance: Spot and Seam

2005-10-11
HISTORICAL
AMSW6858A
This specification covers requirements for resistance spot and seam welding of the following metals and their alloys. Group 1 - Aluminum and magnesium Group 2 - Iron, nickel, and cobalt Group 3 - Titanium
Standard

Welding, Resistance: Spot and Seam

1999-07-01
HISTORICAL
AMSW6858
This specification covers requirements for resistance spot and seam welding of the following metals and their alloys. Group 1 - Aluminum and magnesium Group 2 - Iron, nickel, and cobalt Group 3 - Titanium
Standard

Welding, Electron-Beam

2000-03-01
CURRENT
AMS2681B
This specification defines the procedures and requirements for joining metals and alloys using the electron-beam (EB) welding process.
Standard

Welding, Electron-Beam

2019-03-25
WIP
AMS2681C
This specification defines the procedures and requirements for joining metals and alloys using the electron-beam (EB) welding process.
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Weber Metals unveils new 540-meganewton press for aerospace components

2018-11-16
Weber Metals Inc., a division of Otto Fuchs KG of Germany, unveiled a new, $180 million, 60,000-ton press at its 2.5-acre facility in Paramount, California, southeast of Los Angeles. It sets a record as the highest tonnage hydraulic forging press in the Americas and the largest privately funded forging press investment in the world.
Technical Paper

Usage of Titanium Alloys in Airframes: Current Situation and Future

2011-10-04
2011-36-0248
Titanium alloys are classified into four main groups: commercial purity alloys, alpha, beta and alpha-beta. In the manufacture of aircraft structures, including the new Boeing 787 and Airbus A350 that will have large amounts of titanium in its structure, the Ti 6Al4V is responsible for the vast majority of applications and the beta alloys used in components and in particular military aircraft. This paper will present the reasons why the current situation and future prospects are not much different in the types of alloys, but advances in the manufacturing process (including metallurgical processes of titanium alloys and manufacturing of finished parts) can expand the use of alloys titanium aircraft structures in future
Standard

Ultrasonically Activated Needle Peen Forming

2012-10-25
CURRENT
AMS2588
This specification covers the equipment and process requirements for forming or straightening metal parts using Ultrasonically Activated Needle Peening.
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