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Welding and Brazing Videos

Welding and Brazing Videos

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.

How Resistance Spot Welding Works

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

Demonstration of Friction Stir Welding (FSW)

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

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.

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.

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.

Shielded Metal Arc Welding

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

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.

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.