The History of Welding

Welding is not a recent development, but is continually evolving to suit different design and manufacturing requirements. Many joins required to withstand heavy loads were joined using hot riveting, where a red-hot rivet was placed through two overlapping sections of metal and hammered over. As the rivet cooled it contracted, forming a tight join between […]

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The History of Aluminium

Aluminum (also known as aluminium) is the most abundant metal element in the earth’s crust. And it’s a good thing, too, because we use a lot of it. About 41 million tons are smelted each year and employed in a wide arrange of applications. From auto bodies to beer cans, and from electrical cables to aircraft […]

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