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Atlas' bimetallic bonding technology seamlessly combines metals so that the unique properties of a particular metal may be combined with those of another to enhance the overall performance. Think of our bonding technology as a way to make metal composites that are welded together rather than joined with a resin.

Atlas specializes in bonding aluminum, stainless steel, titanium, and copper. We do, however, have experience in joining many other metals as well. Please contact us to discuss your application.  We would be happy to discuss the pros and cons of each method for your application.

We routinely bond and manufacture custom, helium leak-tested bimetallic assemblies for customers in industries ranging from ultra high vacuum, cryogenic, medical, and nuclear.  Our full-capacity machine shop provides fully machined, bonded parts so you do not have to worry about dissimilar metal machining or compensating for unusual residual stresses.


We are able to bond nearly any metal to any other metal using the explosive bonding or the diffusion bonding methods:

Explosive Bonding

Explosive bonding uses explosives to accelerate a flyer plate onto a fixed plate. As the plates collide at an impact velocity of around 2200 m/s, a metal plasma jet is forms and propagates down the length of the impact zone, cleaning the interface. While the plates are impacting, they dynamically flow,  forming a wavy bond which further enhances the joint. Explosive bonding is a truly cold process where, after bonding, the plates are only warm to the touch.


Diffusion Bonding

The advantage of our diffusion bonding process is the ability to join net shaped parts, as our process creates very little deformation. In most cases, no post-process machining operations are required. Intricate features can be joined, such as water or air cooling paths. In addition, multiple layers of bonds can be done at one time by stacking.

Atlas Technologies’ explosive bonding matrix of hermetic ultra high vacuum grade (UHV) material combinations:

Please contact us to start a conversation about making multi-metal components that do exactly what you want, rather than compromising with just one metal.

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