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Subject: Welding Titanium and other metals

Date: 03/06/03 at 9:21 AM
Posted by: Fraser
E-mail: fraser.green@edwards.boc.com
Message Posted:

Hi, i have been given a task to find a way of attaching ideally a Titanium item and a St/St item together. Methods on hand are Laser Nd-YAG and resistance welders. For use in high Vac application where high degree of ionisation present. Intial enquiries suggest this will be impossible but asking question here anyway!
Would also consider any other metal instead of St/St that may be bonded in either of the two manners mentioned. Alternative material does not necessarily have to replicate properties of St/St! any suggestions would be most welcome!!

Cheers

Fraser


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