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EWI

1250 Arthur E. Adams Dr.
Columbus, OH 43221-3585

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EWI is the leading engineering services provider in North America dedicated to advanced materials joining and allied manufacturing technologies. Our mission is to break through our customers’ technical barriers, solve their manufacturing challenges, and further their success.
Since 1984, EWI’s comprehensive engineering services have helped companies identify, develop, and implement the best options for their specific applications. Our customers include but are not limited to aerospace, automotive, consumer electronics, industrial products, defense, and heavy equipment.
By matching our expertise in materials joining, forming, testing, and modeling to the needs of forward-thinking manufacturers, we are successful in creating practical, efficient, and effective solutions in product design, fabrication, and production.

In addition to the services and products available to customers on a per-project basis, EWI offers membership in our organization to help companies get the most from working with us. With direct access to our technical staff, facilities, and library research services, members are able to solve their toughest problems, deliver higher quality products faster, and gain the competitive edge in a rapidly changing manufacturing environment.
EWI is headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, with technology centers in Buffalo, New York, and Loveland, Colorado. We operate consortia that act as hubs for the advancement of specific technologies and industries, designed to improve public/private collaboration, strengthen U.S. manufacturing supply chains, and make U.S. manufacturers more competitive on a global scale.
With multiple R&D test labs and $35 million of capital equipment in our three locations, EWI’s associates – 160+ engineers, technicians, industry experts, and member advocates – can help you address your process and production issues and make your operation more competitive through manufacturing technology innovation.


CAPABILITIES

Joining Processes:
Additive Manufacturing
Arc welding
Laser welding
Resistance & solid-state welding
Friction stir welding
Microjoining
Brazing & soldering
Ultrasonic joining
Adhesives joining
Plastics joining

Forming Processes:
Cold/hot forming
Formability analysis
Forming process design and simulation
Forming test and process demonstration

Nondestructive Evaluation:
Ultrasonic testing (contact and immersion)
Phased array
Eddy current testing
X-ray
Computed Tomography

Design & Structural Integrity:
Codes and specifications
Design reviews
Distortion control
Fatigue design
Fracture mechanics
Fitness for service

Fully-Integrated Modeling Capability:
Integrated weld modeling
Microstructure modeling
Finite element analysis
Residual stress management
Structural integrity assessment
Weld pool modeling

Full Service Testing Capabilities:
Metallurgical
Mechanical
Weld consumable qualification
Weld procedure qualification
Tensile
Bend
Impact (Charpy, Drop-Weight, Nil-Ductility)
Fatigue Crack Growth Rate
CTOD (SENB, CT, SET, SENT)
KIC (SENB, CT)
R-Curve (SENB, CT, SET, SENT)
Fatigue (Force or Strain Control)
Residual Stress


FOR MORE INFORMATION
Call us today at 614.688.5152 or Email us at info@ewi.org.

You can also visit our webstite at ewi.org!