Heat Treatment before and after welding
Heat Treatments

HEAT TREATING BEFORE OR AFTER WELDING

A brief look out on how heat transforms any metal into any form of desired design when heated. As we are all aware that when steel is heated to a certain temperature it is welded accordingly, more over the heat proportion that is generated on it has a micro structure that is different from that of the base metal which…

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Laser Welding
Laser Welding

Laser Welding

Laser Beam Welding is a technique practiced in manufacturing, where two or more pieces of material are joined by using a laser beam. Laser stands for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. The process is totally non-contact that requires access to the weld zone from the side of the parts that are being welded. Laser beam welding is generally…

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Eddy Current testing for cracks and flow
Eddy Current Testing

Eddy current testing for Cracks and Flow

Eddy current is one of the many non-destructive treatment methods that practices the principle of electromagnetism as a root to conduct the examinations. There are numerous other methods like Remote Field Testing, Flux Leakage, and Barkhausan noise who also uses the principle of electromagnetism. Electromagnetic induction is the process that generates an eddy current. When a conductor like the copper…

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Laser Marking

Laser marking for automotive industry designs

Laser marking is a process that is performed on workpieces and materials to mark and label them with a laser beam. In context to this, different processes are distinguished named as engraving, removing, staining, annealing and foaming. The laser virtually marks various materials including plastics and metals with high contrast and without the addition of any unwanted substances. Mostly, the…

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Laser Micrometer
Laser Micrometer

Laser Micrometer

A Laser micrometer is a kind of tool that is used for inspection or calibration that stereotypically stays on a workbench and calculates length whose accuracy and precision is measured in microinches or submicron. The most widely used laser micrometer is the Labmaster Universal Model 175. This model can measure any manufactured precision part such as gauge, pins, plugs, rings…

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Eddy currents
Eddy Current Testing

Eddy current for heat treatment process.

When we hear the word ‘heat treatment’ a lot of things pass through our vision even it sounds easy to understand not everyone is informed enough to know about these. So, let us take a look at this topic. Well, heat treatment process is a series of operations that involves heating and cooling of metals during its solid state. These…

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Laser Marking
Laser Marking

Laser Marking: Imminent Alternative for Product Labels

Product labelling is an important aspect of every industry as it is a significant way of identifying products and parts. Product labels are informative tags that are attached to the products or its packaging. The labels have product numbers and other relevant information that can be used to track the package in case of loss or delay. Initially, the labels…

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Assembly Line For Engine
Assembly Lines

Assembly Line for an Engine

What is an engine? An engine is a machine designed to convert other forms of energy into mechanical energy. There are different types of engines like heat engines, internal combustion engines, external combustion engines, non-combusting heat engines and chemically powered non-thermal engines, to name a few. Most of these engines are complex and heavy which makes them difficult to make.…

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Eddy Current Testing
Eddy Current Testing

A Brief Overview of Eddy Current Testing

What are eddy currents? Eddy currents are loops of current induced in a conductor due to a changing magnetic field. These currents are created due to a phenomenon called electromagnetic induction. The eddy currents flow in closed loops and look similar to the swirling eddies formed in a stream. Eddy currents are responsible for power losses in transformers and can…

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multigauging solution
Multi Gauge Solution

Multi Gauging Solutions for Camshaft

A camshaft is commonly used in the engine of a car and determines when and how the engine valves open. The camshaft is a rod with cams mounted on its length that work to change circular motion into side-to-side or up-down motion. There are different types of camshafts such as Single Over Head Camshaft (SOHC), Double Over Head Camshaft (DOHC)…

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