Aerospace

Published on 12/13/2017
Tags: Nadcap

Why do I need Nadcap for my heat-treating processes?

Quality is a crucial procurement consideration for companies in the aerospace and aviation industries. This is especially true for special processes and heat treating parts. Nadcap is an industry-managed approach to conformity assessment that brings together technical experts to establish requirements for accreditation, accredit suppliers and define operational program requirements. This results in a standardized approach to quality assurance.

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TAV goes to Venice Biennale: new materials to design the future

“Material” is the critical component that determines whether a product works as planned, or fails. Over the last 50 years there has been an explosion of new materials that today’s engineers have been experimenting with. The key challenge is to raise the sustainability and performance level of products. By adopting an unusual, artistic approach, TAV VACUUM FURNACES encourages you to reflect on new materials, and it does so with Biennale Arte in Venice.

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Euro PM2017: powder metallurgy seen up close

Today, PM products are an intrinsic part of a number of technical sectors. And of course, since suppliers’ innovation cycles are traditionally geared towards Euro PM, this is where you can see the latest innovations in the field. In this context, TAV VACUUM FURNACES has brought its expertise at Euro PM2017 by showcasing a vacuum furnace which gathered consensus and heightened interest in visitors.

If you missed it, read the article and learn more about Powder Metallurgy (PM) and the vacuum system exhibited.

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Vacuum diffusion bonding: a true success story

Experience, innovation and customer focus are the basic components of this article on vacuum furnace diffusion bonding. Intuitive studying, based on physical concepts and technical testing, has led to an innovative solution for vacuum furnace equipment. This story has started more than 20 years ago...

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Vacuum brazing: the guide to perfect brazed joints

When the importance of producing a perfect brazed joint is uppermost, vacuum brazing is a highly effective method of joining two parts. Due to the nature of the vacuum, heat is evenly distributed and part production is consistent. Brazing requires three components: two parent metal pieces and a filler to join them. In the furnace, the components are arranged so that the filler will melt and flow on the base pieces, and join them solidly when cooled. Vacuum brazing provides strength, durability, and reliability unmatched by other metal joining methods. It also requires no secondary fabrication or finishing.

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