• Electron Beam Welding Expertise

     

    Electron Beam (EB) Welding is an excellent metal joining process for all types of applications and for more than forty years, clients (Aerospace, Military, Energy, and Science) across the globe have trusted Roark to consistently produce precision and quality welds. We have the latest CNC equipment and experience to handle just about any size, shape and material type (including dissimilar materials) that your design may require.

  • Sciaky EB Welder side
    Sciaky EB Welder front
    Sciaky EB Welder loading
    Pro-beam EB Welder side
    Pro-beam EB Welder and operator
  • Benefits of our EB Welding process include:

  • Deep weld penetration

    From 0.05 mm to 200 mm (0.002” to 8”) in single pass

  • Cost-effective

    Cost-effective welding process for large production in automatic mode.

  • No Sub-Machining

    Parts can mostly be used in the as welded condition - no sub-machining required.

  • All Metals

    Welding of all metals even with high thermal conductivity

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    Computer controlled welding process
    Deep penetration welds
    Faster turnaround
    Cost-Effective Processing
    Minimal post weld machining
    Versatility of metals
    Normally no filler metal needed
    Economical processing method

     

  • Not familiar with Electron Beam Welding (EB Welding)? Let us help.

    EB Welding is a line of sight weld method in which a focused stream of high energy electrons are directed at a metal joint to form a uniform weld. EB Welding is an extremely localized and stable welding process and the resulting EB weld is a very narrow weld. Also, due to being a cold and stable process, there is a minimal heat affected zone. Unlike other fusion welding processes it requires no shielding gasses or filler material. The weld quality of an electron beam weld is exceptional and the process is extremely efficient, carefully controlled and fully automated. 

    Still have questions? Please contact us to learn more about utilizing the Electron Beam Welding process for meeting manufacturing needs.