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A list of current posts from the EB Industries blog

Why EB Welding Is Still Cutting Edge Technology

The first practical Electron Beam welding machine was put into use in 1958. Since that time many other welding methods, such as TIG, MIG, and Laser Welding have evolved technically.  However, Electron Beam (EB) welding is still the absolute best welding method for many critical, high-tech applications. Whether it’s creating high temperature exhaust nozzles for […]

Welding Aluminum: Solving Porosity Problems

The Problem: Welding T2219 Aluminum as per AMS2680 A customer recently came to us with a particular problem: they needed a precision weld on a gas bottle that would be used on helicopters to extend the landing gear in an emergency situation. The bottle had to be light yet maintain a fairly high gas pressure. […]

EB Industries Celebrates 50th Anniversary as Leading Electron Beam and Laser Welding Firm

Farmingdale, NY – EB Industries, LLC, a leading provider of electron beam welding, laser welding and hermetic laser sealing services, has recently celebrated their 50th Anniversary in business. Founded in 1965 by George DeLalio, and now headed by his son Steve DeLalio, EB Industries has continually updated its technology, expanded its physical plant and added […]

Cu to SST Electron Beam Welding

Copper to Stainless Steel Welding

EB Industries is often asked how we join dissimilar metals together with precision welding.  The most commonly requested combination is copper to stainless steel since both metals have unique material qualities which make them very different, yet great when combined.  Copper has very high thermal and electrical conductivity, but it is fairly soft and malleable.  […]

Precision Welding as an Alternative to Brazing

When it comes to joining metals there are many options. Today we’d like to discuss the advantages of electron beam welding as a replacement technology for brazing. Brazing is a metal joining process that heats a filler metal above its melting point and is distributed between two or more close fitting parts by capillary action. […]

EB Industries Showcases Precision Welding at the Design-2-Part Show

Sourcing manufacturers can be a time-consuming job, which requires customers to research different suppliers and request quotes to compare cost, quality, part materials, and more. The Design-2-Part Shows that happen all across the country aim to bring together manufacturers and suppliers to make this process easier. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet with American […]

Precision Electron Beam Welding

Application Advantages of Electron Beam Welding (EB Welding)

Electron beam welding (EB Welding) is a fusion welding process that uses a beam of high velocity electrons to produce a weld. Automobile, aerospace, medical and other industrial parts, which require relatively low distortion, are amenable to electron beam welding technology. Assembly of conventional production parts, partial processing of parts such as gears, valves and […]

Meet EB Industries at Aeromart Montreal

Although we work in a global economy it can sometimes be difficult to meet face-to-face with our international clients. This is why at EB Industries we think it is important to attend trade shows and conferences throughout the year to meet and interact with industry professionals and our customers. This year we will be participating […]

3 Keys to Quality Precision Welding

By John DeLalio, Mechanical Engineer A quality engineer recently asked me why parts that have been welded successfully for several production lots sometimes suddenly develop weld quality problems. The types of problems he encountered included defects such as inconsistent weld line (shown above), cracking, spitting, pin holes, and failed X-ray or leak check tests.  The […]

The Growing Need for Electron Beam Welding in Mexico

How many parts make up a Boeing 747 airplane? According to Boeing, the aircraft is comprised of over six million individual pieces. With that many components, there are a lot of opportunities for manufacturers of aerospace parts to grow and many suppliers from emerging markets have begun to take advantage of these opportunities. Mexico has […]

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