Percussion welding combines heat and percussive force to create a robust metallic bond between two materials. The process involves generating a micro arc that produces the necessary heat, followed by a rapid mechanical movement that forces the materials together. This technique results in a strong, durable weld with minimal heat-affected zone, making it ideal for joining dissimilar metals. Our advanced Percussion Welder system ensures precision and reliability, enabling innovative designs and high-quality welds across various industries.

Advanced Micro-welding With A Smooth Learning Curve

Percussion welding equipment empowers you to join difficult to weld material combinations together, in orientations previously considered impossible.

The percussion welding process is quick to learn, easy to operate with direct welds between dissimilar metals, and it is low maintenance, helping you get up and running fast while minimizing potential downtime. Learn more about our percussion welder.

What Is The Percussion Welding Process?

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Two metals are loaded with their weld points brought to a pre-defined gap.

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An electrical arc is generated between the materials to be joined.

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Each material becomes molten. The materials are thrust together in the percussive phase, creating a full bond between the materials.

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Within milliseconds, the two materials are welded together without using any filler material. 


What Is Percussion Welding?

Percussion welding is a highly versatile process that can be used to weld a variety of metals including aluminum, brass, copper, steel, and titanium. The percussion welding process produces high-quality welds with little or no distortion.

These types of welds can apply from the smallest application to large scale applications that can include micro welding for manufacturing, small area components, and allow for a streamline production due to its compact design.

s, making it an indispensable component of the welding process.

See the features listed below to learn how to clamp and align your weld materials. With advanced capabilities such as Z-axis and Y-axis adjustments for precise alignment, the 726 Bench Fixture allows for seamless integration into your welding workflow. Its robust construction and ergonomic design make it easy to use, enhancing the overall efficiency and quality of your welding operations.

How it works

To percussion weld two pieces of metal together, a welder needs to create an electric arc between the two pieces.
This process can be difficult and dangerous if not done correctly. If the welder is too close to the metal, it could burn. The weld will not be strong enough if they are too far away.
Percussion welding is a type of arc welding that produces high-temperature heat from an arc. This intense heat makes it possible for the welder to join two pieces of metal that are dissimilar together quickly and safely. Because the heating time is short, usually less than 3 milliseconds, the heat affect zone (HAZ) is minimal, resulting in little or no negative affect on the materials. 

This allows for micro-welding on small components, wires, and other applications in finer detail. 


What Is A Percussion Welder?

A Percussion welder is a micro welder that allows for two different metals on smaller surfaces to be joined together effectively.

Percussion welding is an advanced technology for micro welding. It offers many benefits over other methods, including faster cycle times and higher quality welds.

With percussion welding, you can join metals together quickly and easily with little to no post-welding cleanup. This makes it the perfect choice for manufacturing companies looking to save time and money.

Percussion Welding can also be known as micro-welding and there are multiple setups for these units to accommodate all your needs

The Percussion welding process allows for a way to weld dissimilar metals together

A Percussion Welder generates a minuscule heat-affected zone, and there’s never a need to crimp and solder because you’re creating an autonomous weld.

In addition to the 858 Percussion Welder, we have recently introduced the Percussion Weld Monitor.  A monitor is an excellent tool for both process development as well as production monitoring.

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Experience the Benefits of Advanced Percussion Welding

Quick Learning Curve

The percussion welding process is incredibly user-friendly, allowing you to master it quickly. Our intuitive system ensures that you can start producing high-quality welds with minimal training, reducing downtime and accelerating your production schedule.

Versatile Metal Joining

Percussion welding excels in joining a variety of metals, including aluminum, brass, copper, steel, and titanium. This versatility makes it an ideal solution for multiple industries, from automotive to aerospace, ensuring strong, reliable welds every time.

Minimal Heat-Affected Zone

One of the standout features of percussion welding is its minimal heat-affected zone (HAZ). The rapid welding process significantly reduces the risk of material distortion, preserving the integrity of the metals and resulting in cleaner, stronger welds.

Efficient and Cost-Effective

Our percussion welding technology eliminates the need for consumables like electrodes and filler materials, reducing waste and lowering costs. The fast cycle times and minimal post-weld cleanup further enhance efficiency, making it a cost-effective choice for manufacturers.

Operation So Simple And Intuitive, We Can Show You How To Use The Bench Fixture

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

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