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We are an engineering-savvy brazer offering collaborative services that cover metallurgy and braze-joint designs to complete 3D CAD modeling and …

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Vacuum brazing is well suited for exotic base metals such as Aluminum, Titanium, Zirconium, Niobium, Molybdenum, Tantalum and refractory or …

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We braze low vapor pressure metals like Copper, Stainless Steel, Kovar, Moly, Iron, Monel, Cupronickel, Nickel, Tungsten, Platinum, Rhenium, Titanium, …

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IMG has announced the acquisition of Altair Technologies Inc. and the recapitalization of the Company together with management and Addison …

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The best way to braze aluminum assemblies is in high vacuum furnaces that are specifically designed with the multi-zone controls …

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For brazing applications above over 1000° C, finding a braze alloy, or even base materials, that will withstand operation over …

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Our furnace brazing services offer the Atmosphere Brazing process that includes inert gases like Nitrogen, Argon, Helium and forming gas …

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We are ISO 9001:2015 certified and provide defect-free products and services that exceed expectations via the effectiveness of a Quality …

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Furnace brazing copper in hydrogen gas is the best method to braze copper for accuracy, joint-strength and high-vacuum applications. …

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For a variety of applications, Diffusion Bonding joins dissimilar alloys (copper, titanium) with extreme force & temperature without the use …

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The Altair team is unmatched in the design, development, and manufacturing of products for the medical, security, industrial and research …

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A high quality braze joint using vacuum aluminum brazing requires excellent material preperation, cleanliness and design features for capillary action. …

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When fabricating complex geometries, whether it’s by die casting, e-beam welding, or 5- axis machining, there can be distinct advantages …

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Altair USA launches an all-new website, ARG and 5 Principles of Manufacturing to better serve the Semiconductor, Medical, Security, and …

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Furnace brazing in a hydrogen atmosphere that can be either wet or dry to reduce hydrocarbons or oxides while also …

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The term “wetting” is commonly used to describe the flow of braze alloy or braze filler across a surface when …

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