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Nadcap and What it Means for Aircraft Quality

Posted on Jan 13, 2021

Keeping aircraft production at peak levels while continuing a track record for safety means the need for reliability and quality manufacturing. Aerospace vendors must produce safe and efficient airplanes while simultaneously seeking new technology and equipment to drive the industry forward.

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Choosing an Aerospace Welding Company: Things To Consider.

Choosing an Aerospace Welding Company: Things To Consider

Posted on Jul 6, 2020

If you are in the market for an aerospace welding company, you should consider a few key items to make sure that you are selecting the best welder.

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TIG Welding vs. MIG Welding | What's the difference?.

TIG Welding vs. MIG Welding | What's the difference?

Posted on Jul 2, 2020

So, you always wonder what it means to TIG or Mig weld. We will discuss the differences between each process and how they are applied?

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Lynn Welding is now approved for NAVSEA Welding!.

Lynn Welding is now approved for NAVSEA Welding!

Posted on Jun 24, 2020

With this approval, Lynn Welding will be able to weld parts for Naval applications. “This additional approval is an example of Lynn Welding’s commitment to further itself as the most robust and multi-certified welding company in the United States” stated Darius Kania, VP of Lynn Welding. Lynn Welding specializes in NADCAP approved defense welding and aerospace welding located in Connecticut.

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Lynn Welding Approved Per AWS D17.2.

Lynn Welding Approved Per AWS D17.2

Posted on May 8, 2019

Since 2006 Lynn Welding has been approved for resistance spot welding per AWS D17.2 This specification provides the general resistance welding requirements for aerospace hardware. It includes, but is not limited to, resistance spot and resistance seam welding of aluminum, magnesium, iron, nickel, cobalt, and titanium-based alloys. There are requirements for machine and welding schedule qualification, production witness samples, and inspection and acceptance criteria for aerospace hardware.

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