EAST GRANBY, Conn.—Joining Technologies, a provider of advanced electron beam and laser beam welding (LBW) services, has incorporated resistance welding into its scope of precision joining services, the company said in a release.
Resistance welding, also known as spot welding, is unique in that it joins materials using electrical currents and pressure with no filler material. Spot welds can be made at high speed and high volume while remaining cost-effective and environmentally friendly.
“Resistance welding is a process that is almost as widely used as the other welding services that are offered by Joining Industries,” said Ian Suponski, engineering technician at Joining Technologies, in the release.
Beyond offering resistance welding as a stand-alone service, Joining Technologies said the expansion also means a higher-quality product and a streamlined experience for customers who need multiple welds performed on their assemblies. Suponski said that with resistance welding being done entirely in-house, customers can expect shorter lead times, superior product quality, and lower costs.
“All those benefits lead to a more successful project, which makes our customers more successful, and the more successful our customers are, the more successful we are,” Suponski said in the release.
Joining Technologies offers precision finishing services using laser beam welding, electron beam welding, gas-tungsten arc welding (GTAW), in addition to resistance welding. The company also offers machining services and supply chain management. Joining Technologies serves critical industries that include aerospace, medical device, automotive, energy, and national defense.