Posts tagged "Bonding Dissimilar Materials"

“Bit by bit, putting it together Piece by piece, only way to make a work of art Every moment makes a contribution Every little detail plays a part” Stephen Sondheim – “Sunday in the Park with George” What works to make great art also works in manufacturing and repair. But when it comes to putting […]

Have you ever tried to fix your child’s broken toy and found that when bonding two dissimilar materials, your conventional bonding method didn’t work? In the automotive industry, as OEMs are exploring new material choices to help meet the 2025 CAFE standards, this is a common occurrence as well. Light metals like high-strength steel and […]