M. Stohr, a researcher at the Saclay Center for Nuclear Research in France developed electron-beam welding in 1954. The welding style focuses high-voltage beam of electrons to produce narrow, deep-penetration welds.
- Electron-beam welding – Wikipedia
Electron-beam welding was developed by the German physicist Karl-Heinz Steigerwald in 1949, who was at the time working on various electron-beam applications. Steigerwald conceived and developed the first practical electron-beam welding machine, which began operation in 1958.
- The History of Welding | MillerWelds
The earliest examples of welding come from the Bronze Age. …. that was known as Micro-wire, short-arc and dip transfer welding, all of which appeared … This process, invented by Bernard, was announced in 1954, but was patented … The electron beam welding process, which uses a focused beam of electrons as a heat …
- History of electron beam technology – Steigerwald Strahltechnik GmbH
The physicist Dr. h.c. Karl-Heinz Steigerwald built the first electron beam … stones and for soldering, melting and welding in a vacuum were very promising and …
- Celebrating 40 Years of Electron Beam Welding – Materion
Read about the launch and growth of electron beam welding technology at Materion. … Based in Rhode Island, the business was known as Technical Materials Inc. (or TMI) … In 1974 TMI commissioned its first reel-to-reel electron beam welder to … 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957 …
- Welding – Deutsches Museum
First electron-beam welder, 1952: The principle of electron-beam welding was … first electron-beam welding machine, 1952; two submerged-arc welders, 1954 …