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Welding and Brazing Videos

Welding and Brazing Videos

How Resistance Spot Welding Works

A detailed look at how the resistance spot welding process works and how it forms effective joins between metals.

Heating Brass Inserts for Metal-to-Plastic Insertion with Induction

In this video, two brass inserts are heated to temperature with an Ambrell EASYHEAT 2 kW induction heating system.

Brazing Steel Rod to Steel Base with Ambrell Induction Heating

This video shows brazing a steel rod to a steel base for a machine tool company with the help of Ambrell induction heating system.

Non-Destructive Testing of Steel Welds - Testing Techniques

A video clip from Corus showing what non-destructive testing (NDT) is and the methods commonly used in non-destructive testing of welded steel components to ensure there is no unacceptable defects which can affect the mechanical properties of metallic component.

ZwickRoell Ltd Customer Case - Code-a-Weld

Welding is the universally accepted method of permanently joining all metals. The British company Code-A-Weld runs three independently services providing a high standard of professionalism and care, all of which hold their own UKAS accreditation: Welding Procedure & Qualification Testing, Non-Destructive Testing and Mechanical Testing.

Demonstration of Friction Stir Welding (FSW)

A demonstration of the Friction Stir Welding (FSW) process on a pipe.

Heating Brass Inserts for Metal-to-Plastic Insertion with Induction

In this video, two brass inserts are heated to temperature with an Ambrell EASYHEAT 2 kW induction heating system.

Brazing Copper Bus to Silver Coated Contact from Ambrell

This video shows brazing a copper bus to a silver coated contact with the help of Ambrell induction heating system.

Shielded Metal Arc Welding

The shielded metal arc welding process is described and demonstrated and its application spoken about.

What is Induction Brazing - Overview by Ameritherm

Brazing is a heating process in which two or more like or unlike materials are joined together by means of another metal alloy with a lower melting point. Induction heating provides reliable, repeatable, non-contact and energy-efficient heat in a minimal amount of time without flame.