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Scotchmer N.,Huys Industries Ltd. | Duran J.,Tecnologias Huys S.A. de C. V | Chan K.R.,Huys Welding Strategies Ltd.
Welding Journal (Miami, Fla) | Year: 2010

Today, the implementation of a robotic resistance welding cell requires detailed knowledge from the staff who design and commission the cell. Advanced knowledge of resistance welding is required to maximize performance and to minimize quality issues. The adoption of new materials and complex weld joints only increases the cost on startup. In the future, CAD/CAM systems will gain access to databases to assist in rapid design and manufacture. Thus, the time from dream and sketch of an idea to production of the finished part will drop dramatically. Intelligent MFDC systems with adaptive regulation modes that are already in use worldwide will improve further in terms of their ease of use and accuracy, and provide near-perfect welding by compensating automatically for fluctuations in the welding process. Production knowledge, linked to all locations, online and in real-time, will electronically update databases and provide instantaneous reporting of quality, production, and costing information to management. New programs and production changes will be implemented even more quickly as knowledge from databases is used. More detailed costing information will be generated and summarized for management. The next-generation resistance welding cell will be international in origin. Its success in operation will depend upon the careful choice of what you need, why you need it, and how you implement. We believe that the natural innovative and entrepreneurial spirit of America, combined with its openness and flexibility, are ideally placed to adopt, adapt, and improve the next generation of resistance welding cells. We are actually the best guys to do this as our society is the most open - period.


Scotchmer N.,Huys Industries Ltd.
Welding Journal | Year: 2015

In conclusion, since dissimilar and emerging materials are likely to be used more frequently in the future, the use of CD welding with its unique rapid welding process, assured repeatability, and relative ease of use will continue to grow. As Gould (Ref. 10) noted, the potential use of super capacitors for general resistance welding applications will only increase the extent to which CD welding is reviewed and considered in the years ahead.


Scotchmer N.,Huys Industries Ltd. | Chan K.,Huys Welding Strategies Ltd.
Welding Journal | Year: 2012

Friction stir spot welding and refill friction stir spot welding are expected to find increased use for building automobiles because of their flexibility and weld quality. Friction stir spot welding (FSSW) is a variant of the linear friction stir welding process since FSSW involves only plunge, stir, and retraction of the FSW tool with no transverse movement. The mechanical properties of the friction stir spot welds depend upon the bonding quality between the overlapping sheets being joined. The metal is not melted. The optimization of the welding process is aimed at minimizing the welding defects and optimizing the mechanical properties of the joints. As a subset of FSW, refill FSSW has proven to have significant applicability in the joining of aluminum alloys for automotive applications as it offers greater alloy joining flexibility than RSW. It is a quick, reliable, and consistent joining process, requires little maintenance, and has low overall costs while providing a good work environment.


Patent
HUYS INDUSTRIES Ltd | Date: 2015-06-10

A welding process involves a fixture for holding a workpiece and a welder, or welding electrode. The fixture imposes ultrasonic vibration on the workpiece. The welder vibrates during vibration, and is operable at a first voltage for elding and a second voltage for peening. The peening may occur while the weldmetal is crystallizing. The welding process may be a process of welding two parts together, or of filling a groove or other feature, or of applying or restoring a surface, or of applying a hard facing or ceramic to a parent metal or object. The weldmetal may be the same, or substantially the same, as the parent metal, or it may be different. The different material may be a ceramic material.


Patent
HUYS INDUSTRIES Ltd | Date: 2014-11-14

A method and apparatus for the processing of surface coating is disclosed concerning the design of an ultrasonic pressurized rotating friction head assembly used to apply a surface coating to a workpiece. The shape of the friction head may be flat or curved as appropriate for the workpiece. The surface coating is rotated under repetaed contact and ultrasonic vibration. The apparatus includes: a work station for the mounting and rotation of a TiC coated welding electrode workpiece; a rotating friction head assembly with an ultrasonic transducer and power source. Concurrent application of pressurized rotating friction and ultrasonic vibration, may tend to reduce the defects in the TiC coatings on welding electrodes produced using the electro-spark deposition process. While maintaining the basic coating material component contents, mechanical and physical properties unaltered, defects such as delaminations, cracks, discontinuities and voids may be reduced. Control and operation of the may be adapted to other applications.


Patent
HUYS INDUSTRIES Ltd | Date: 2014-03-13

A welding electrode is mounted in a tool holder that is part of a handle apparatus. The handle apparatus has an electrode power connection. The handle apparatus has a housing defining a haft that can be grasped in the hand of an operator. A vibrator is mounted inside the haft. The vibrator includes a force transmitter in the form of a cantilevered beam. The cantilevered beam is electrically conductive and carries power to the tool holder. The tool holder has a handle that permits the welding rod to be rotated about its axis as it wears during deposition of welding rod material on the object work piece.


Patent
HUYS INDUSTRIES Ltd | Date: 2014-12-12

A welding process involves a fixture for holding a workpiece and a welder, or welding electrode. The fixture imposes ultrasonic vibration on the workpiece. The welder vibrates during vibration, and is operable at a first voltage for welding and a second voltage for peening. The peening may occur while the weld metal is crystallizing. The welding process may be a process of welding two parts together, or of filling a groove or other feature, or of applying or restoring a surface, or of applying a hard facing or ceramic to a parent metal or object. The weld metal may be the same, or substantially the same, as the parent metal, or it may be different. The different material may be a ceramic material.


Patent
HUYS INDUSTRIES Ltd | Date: 2014-12-12

A welding process involves a fixture for holding a workpiece and a welder, or welding electrode. The fixture imposes ultrasonic vibration on the workpiece. The welder vibrates during vibration, and is operable at a first voltage for welding and a second voltage for peening. The peening may occur while the weld metal is crystallizing. The welding process may be a process of welding two parts together, or of filling a groove or other feature, or of applying or restoring a surface, or of applying a hard facing or ceramic to a parent metal or object. The weld metal may be the same, or substantially the same, as the parent metal, or it may be different. The different material may be a ceramic material.

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