Simplifying Aerospace Micro Welding Services

Percussion Welder is the ideal solution for aerospace micro welding. Our system is designed to provide exceptional welding between similar or dissimilar metals,providing weld joints with near-zero electrical resistance.

Aerospace welding using percussion welding offers a superior butt weld that can stand up to the demands of the application. In aerospace welding, adherence to specific welding requirements is mission critical, and our percussion welding system offers the solid weld interfaces required.

The combination of the electrical arc weld between the two metals and the percussion used to force the molten materials together creates a precise weld that eliminates the need for filler metals. The micro weld is uniform around the two pieces, which leads to exceptional weld strength, even with two different metals.
858 Front Panel
858 Front Panel

The Aerospace Welding Process

Our Percussion Welder is ready to use upon delivery. It includes the Model 726 Bench Fixture and the 858 Percussion Welder, and the option to add a Percussion Welder Monitor. In aerospace and other critical industries and applications, the Monitor provides waveform evaluation to ensure good welds or to identify inferior welds. This user-friendly aerospace weld inspection option is a part of quality control throughout the manufacturing process.

The Percussion Welder can be used for manual micro welding, or it can be fully automated to meet high volume, intricate weld needs. The aerospace micro welding services can also be customized to the specific needs of any type of welding requirement even the most delicate design applications.

To find out more about the Percussion Welder, or to talk with our team about using the micro welding in any application for the aerospace industry, call us today at 303-536-7838 or send us a message online.


Aerospace Percussion Micro Welding FAQs

Answers to Your Questions about percussion welding in the Aerospace Field

Percussion welding in aerospace is an advanced welding technique that uses arc heat and motion to create precise and reliable welds in aerospace components. It is ideal for joining materials used in aircraft construction.

Precision welding is vital in aerospace to ensure the integrity, safety, and performance of aircraft components. Percussion welding provides the level of accuracy needed for aerospace welding.

Percussion welding is used in various aerospace components, including fuselage structures, engine components, landing gear, and critical connections where precision and strength are paramount.

Percussion welding creates strong, durable, and high-precision welds that enhance aerospace component reliability. These welds are essential for maintaining safety standards in aviation.

Yes, percussion welding is capable of joining dissimilar materials commonly found in aerospace, making it suitable for applications where different metals or alloys need to be connected.

Percussion welding is utilized in both military and civilian aerospace applications. Its reliability and precision make it a trusted welding method in all types of aerospace manufacturing.

Advantages of percussion welding in aerospace include precise and reliable welds, minimal heat input, the ability to join dissimilar materials, and compliance with stringent industry standards.

Yes, percussion welding meets and often exceeds aerospace industry standards for quality and safety. It is widely used in aerospace manufacturing to ensure compliance with rigorous regulations.

Absolutely, percussion welding solutions can be customized to address specific aerospace welding challenges. This adaptability ensures that unique aerospace requirements are met.

To explore how percussion welding can benefit your aerospace welding needs, please contact us today. Our aerospace welding experts can provide specialized guidance and information.

Adjustments & Features of the
Model 858 Front Panel

858 Front Panel

Actuator: The actuator setting
controls the charging voltage of the
capacitors that energize the
electromagnetic actuators. The range is
0 to 150 volts. The actuators move
the weldments together
during the welding process.

Delay: The delay is 0.5 to 5.0
milliseconds between actuator
initiation and discharge
of weld energy.

Weld: The weld energy voltage
control determines the charging
voltage applied to the
weld capacitors. The range
is 0 to 150 volts.

Mode: There are two mode settings,
regular and heavy-duty.
Heavy Duty adds an additional
bank of capacitors to
the weld output.

Pulse: The long / short pulse
width switch provides the
operator with pulse
width control. A long pulse
delivers less peak energy
for a long time
than a short pulse.

Polarity: Controls the direction of
weld energy electron flow.
The direction of electron flow
affects the amount of
heat applied to each weldment.

Capacitance: This setting controls the
amount of capacitance in the
weld output circuit. There
are three capacitance
ranges labeled 1, 2 and 3.

Operation so simple and intuitive on model 858, we can show you how to use it in less than 60 seconds

If you’re like us, sometimes a picture (or video) is worth a thousand words. Watch our 60-second video showing you step-by-step how easy Percussion Welder 726 Bench fixture is to operate.

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No matter what your micro-welding challenge is, the Percussion Welder team at MTI Microwelding is available to offer guidance, answer questions, and even run live, in-person tests using our equipment.

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