Organised by Sirris, BIL, Agoria and Flanders Make, this seminar will provide insights into the latest, modern joining technologies for bonding dissimilar materials allowing companies to identify the appropriate joining technology for their products. Combinations of different materials can offer designers solutions where designs using single materials have failed. There are a number of different processes offering enormous potential for joining dissimilar materials.
09:30: Reception and coffee
10:00: Dissimilar metal joining using friction welding - Colin Nicholls, KUKA Systems UK Ltd. (UK)
10:40: Explosion welded solutions for transition joints - David Gauthier, NobelClad (France)
11:20: Joining of dissimilar materials using electromagnetic fields - Koen Faes, Belgian Welding Institute (Belgium)
12:45: Fusion welding of dissimilar materials by electron beam - Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Vogelei, University of Applied Sciences Kempten / pro-beam AG&Co. KGaA (Germany)
13:25: Cold Metal Transfer welding (CMT) of dissimilar materials - Cock Kriebel, Eqin (The Netherlands)
14:05: Examples of diffusion brazing and diffusion welding applications - David Macel, Institut de Soudure (France)
15:00: Ultrasonic Welding of dissimilar materials - Pierre Huyghebaert, Hupico (Belgium)
15:40: Producing dissimilar assemblies using resistance projection welding - Alexis Chiocca, Institut de Soudure (France)
16:20: Diffusion bonding of dissimilar alloys and their applications in jet engines, electric cars, vacuum systems and nuclear power plants - Amir Shirzadi, The Open University, Milton Keynes (UK)
17:00: Network drink
Price and registration
€50 for members of Sirris, BIL, Agoria and Flanders Make
€100 for non-members
This seminar is part of the 'Multi Material Joining’ project. Sirris, Agoria, BIL and Flanders Make have joined forces to promote the practical knowledge of joining technologies throughout industry. This project is supported by Flanders Innovation & Entrepreneurship (VLAIO).