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Welding and Brazing Services

Customers in the aerospace, military, and commercial industries rely on Component Repair Management for the high quality machining services we provide. Our highly qualified staff is proud to provide advanced free hand welding and brazing services. We provide a variety of welding techniques, including Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) and resistance welding, as well as vacuum diffusion brazing. Our welding and brazing can be done on a variety of materials, including aluminum, titanium, and cobalt & nickel super alloys. We finish our projects as our customers require, with vibratory deburring, heat treatment, and coatings available. We also offer repair process development and a variety of cleaning methods, such as hydrogen fluoride ion cleaning (HFIC) and grit blasting. Our operations meet a wide range of TIG and resistance welding standards, and the quality of our work is well inspected throughout the process. We inspect visually and with high-tech devices such as our coordinate measuring machine (CMM). Our work meets the stringent requirements of both the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). And we work quickly without compromising quality, with typical lead times available of just 2 to 4 weeks.

To learn more about the various types of welding and brazing available from Component Repair Management, please see the table below or contact us directly.


Welding Brazing
Welding Brazing
Weld Repairs
Weld Repairs
Cooling Tube Replacement
Cooling Tube Replacement
Cooling Tube Replacement
Cooling Tube Replacement
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Welding and Brazing Capabilities:

Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) Welding
Resistance Welding
Vacuum Diffusion Brazing
Cobalt Super Alloys
Nickel Super Alloys
Welding Operation
Free Hand
TIG Welding Standards
Component Repair Management SOP005
NAVAIR T.O. 2J-1-32, Section IV, Repair
Resistance Welding Standards
PWA-15 REV “T", Resistance Tack Welding
GE M50T1 S9, Welding and Allied Processes
Component Repair Management SOP005
NAVAIR T.O. 2J-1-32, Section IV, Repair
Hydrogen Fluoride Ion Cleaning (HFIC)
Finish No. 4.1 Grit Blasting
Finish No. 4.2 Hot Alkaline Cleaning
Finish No. 4.3 Solvent Cleaning
Blending Procedures (GE Standard Practices Manual 70-42-00)
Light Duty Alkaline Cleaning (GE Standard Practices Manual 70-32-03)
Vibratory Deburring
Heat Treatment
Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM)
Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection (FPI)
Method 5.3.1 (Visual)
Method (Penetrant)
-Z1.4 & ASQ-Z1.9
ISO-10012 & ANSI Z540.3
Spot Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection (GE 70-32-03)
Certified II NDT Liquid Penetrant
Non Destructive Testing (Mil-HNBK-728/1)
Quality Program
FAA 14 CFR Part 145 Compliance
FAA Form 8130-3 (Airworthiness Approval Tag)
Additional Services
Repair Process Development
Designated Engineering Representative (DER)
Production Volume
1 to 30 parts
Typical Lead Time
2 to 4 weeks

Additional Information

Industry Focus
Intended Application
Turbine Components
Non-Rotating Vanes
Vane Rings
Related Non-Rotating Assemblies
Air Agency Certification
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA R9IR0970)
European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA.145.5316)
File Formats
Modeling Capabilities
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