- Company Name
- EB FUSION
- Company ABN/ACN/NZBN
- 31 137 214 709
- 15 Batman Street West Melbourne VIC 3003
- Web Address
- Number of Employees
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Industry and Defence Engagement
- Member of an industry group or association
AIDN-Vic, Australian Industry & Defence Network
Primary Point of Contact
- George Lam
- Business Development Manager
- 03 9320 1107
- 0418 824 506
- Company Overview
EB FUSION provides a unique Electron Beam (EB) welding service to industry Australia-wide, in conjunction with high precision CNC Turning and Engineering capabilities specialising in metals and engineering thermoplastics such as PEEK (Polyether ether ketone), PPS (Polyphenylene sulphide) and PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene).
The advantages of EB welding include a high power density with very low overall heat input and therefore minimal distortion. EB welded parts require a minimal post weld machining and, unlike other fusion welding processes requires no shielding gases. The weld quality is exceptional with deep penetration and a narrow fusion zone resulting in near parent metal strength.
EB welding is used for joining ferrous and precious metals and their alloys to themselves, or to each other, eg. nickel, copper, stainless steel, platinum, titanium, tungsten, tantalum.
Typical applications include aerospace, automotive, marine and integrated electronics. The low heat input means that internally mounted, heat sensitive electronic packages may be sealed in a welded enclosure without damage.
Benefits of EB welding
· Maximum weld penetration with the least amount of heat input, minimising distortion.
· EB welding often reduces the need for secondary operations.
· Repeatable precision micro-welding.
· A clean, strong, homogenous weld is produced under vacuum without filler material.
· The vacuum environment eliminates atmospheric contaminants in the weld.
· Exotic alloys and dissimilar materials can be welded.
· EB welding frequently yields 0% scrap rate.
· Extreme precision due to computer controlled process.
· EB welding can be employed to salvage and repair both old and new components.
- Unique Electron Beam (EB) welding facility.
- Showcase Capability
Specialist Electron Beam welding service.
High precision CNC Turning and Engineering capabilities utilising 3D CAD CAM.
- Unique Electron Beam (EB) welding facility
- - Maximum amount of weld penetration with the least amount of heat input, reducing distortion
- - A cleaner, stronger, and homogeneous weld is produced in a vacuum
- - EB welding often reduces the need for secondary operations
- - Exotic alloys and dissimilar materials can be welded
- High precision CNC Turning and Engineering capabilities, specialising in metals and engineering thermoplastics.
- Key customers
- Key Partners
- Cambridge Vacuum Engineering
- Glass Expansion
Standards and Accreditations
- Standards and Accreditations
- Internal QMS employed; ISO 9001:2015 pending
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