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Inertia Friction Welding

Inertia friction welding is a solid-state welding process renowned for its efficiency and precision. It involves spinning one workpiece at high speeds while holding the other stationary. When these two pieces are pressed together, the friction generated at the contact surface heats the materials. This heat, combined with the applied force, causes the materials to deform and bond together, creating a high-strength weld.

Inertia Friction Welding is a process used by Enbi to manufacture components and industrial rollers.

If now is the time to maximize your profit margin, let’s compare your current manufacturing process with that of inertia friction welding to determine if it’s the right fit for your company.

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