Categories Aerospace, Production, Prototype, Uncategorized

New Laser Welding Cell

Laser welding

June 12, 2020

At QMC-EMI we are constantly investing in new technologies that will benefit your upcoming projects. Our new 6000w Trumpf TruDisk Laser weld cell can increase repeatability, quality, and functionality. With three stations, one horizontal table and two stations with servo trunnions, it is capable of holding a 96in x 60in fixture. Completing two to five welds per second, it can increase process speed, enhance the strength of joints, and allow for greater tooling flexibility. Connect with us today to see how your next project can benefit from our new remote laser weld cell.


Categories Aerospace, Production, Prototype, Uncategorized

In-House Kirksite Foundry Reduces Lead-Time

Kirksite foundry tools

March 25, 2020

Our in-house kirksite foundry creates short lead-time for tool and assembly for projects that require quick turnaround. We have a pour capacity of 60,000 lbs. per casting and over 750,000 lbs. a month. Kirksite (zinc alloy) requires little machining to the molding surfaces and can be easily polished for a nice, smooth finish. This allows us to produce tooling for tight time schedules and incorporate changes very quickly. Contact us at to see if our kirksite foundry is right for your next project.


Categories Aerospace, Production, Prototype, Uncategorized

Joining Dissimilar Metals

January 31, 2020

We can join dissimilar metals with our wide range of joining technologies. These technologies include manual and robotic spot, MIG, TIG, CMT, drawn arc, self-piercing rivets, flow drill screws, and adhesives. We also have an  26’ x 10’ cure oven onsite. We routinely join aluminum, steel, stainless steel, high nickel alloys, and titanium. Let us know about your joining needs to see how we can help with your next program.


Categories Aerospace, Uncategorized

Aerospace Sheet Metal Capabilities

January 24, 2020

Our aerospace division works with a wide range of metals to ensure we meet the needs of your project. We stamp carbon steels, dual phase, Inconel®, aluminum, titanium and magnesium. We also hot stamp boron, Usibor and Ductibor steel, Titanium, Inconel®, Waspaloy®, and Hastelloy®. In our metallographic lab we test all hot stamped metals post-production to ensure we meet your expectations for high quality products. Let us know about your next project and we will let you know how we can help you shape the mobility of tomorrow.

Read more about our capabilities here.