diffusion bonding

diffusion bonding

[də′fyü·zhən ‚bänd·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
A solid-state process for joining metals by using only heat and pressure to achieve atomic bonding.
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The system will be partly built using a novel diffusion bonding process that enables dissimilar materials to be joined seamlessly.
PVA TePla AG, Wettenberg, Germany, is launching a high-vacuum diffusion bonding installation ("MOV 743 HP") designed for series applications.
The pens are made with a unique process of diffusion bonding of resins, which creates a special rippling effect to the four national colours of the UAE on the pen, similar to a flag waving in the wind.
Among specific topics are standards for the superplastic forming of metals, using laser surface modification in combined superplastic forming and diffusion bonding of metals, the finite element modeling of thin metal sheet forming, predicting instability in the superplastic forming of metals, superplastic forming and diffusion bonding of titanium alloys, and superplastic micro-tubes fabricated by dieless drawing processes.
Refrac Systems (Chandler, Arizona, USA), which specializes in vacuum metallurgy and diffusion bonding, has announced the formation of a subsidiary company, Die-Bond LLC.
Diffusion bonding of aluminium oxide to stainless steel using stress relief interlayers.
Some topics include electrochemical nanostructuring of semiconductors by the capillary-cell method, inkjet printing of catalyst-inks on Si wafers, diffusion bonding of austenitic stainless steel 316L to a magnesium alloy, and transient liquid phase bonding of high-strength low-alloy steel coiled tubing.
2006) Solidstate diffusion bonding of gamma-AlTi alloys using Ti-Al thin films as interlayers.
Diffusion bonding does not use adhesives, solvents, ultrasound or vibration.
Typically, metallurgical bonding methods such as diffusion bonding are used for the attachment of porous coatings to metal implants.
These new production methods are simpler and less costly than the previously developed methods for manufacturing MMCs, such as powder metallurgy, thermal spray, diffusion bonding and squeeze casting, all of which are energy or labor intensive.
Flameco currently has 14 hot presses to accommodate conventional hot forming, plus equipment for super plastic forming and diffusion bonding (SPF/DB).

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