Do you have a special application you think would be ideal for cold spray, but aren’t ready to commit the resources to bring it in-house?

Let us develop your next cold spray application for you.  We have some of the most experienced cold spray engineers and operators in the country.  We also have a large number of cold spray research and development partners to assist us with making sure your application will be a success.

Many Options

After we’ve had a chance to review your application and to discuss with you your long term needs, we will help you find the right path forward for your organization. From basic development to a licensed process, or even an ongoing service, we’ll help you find an appropriate solution.

  1. Basic properties development, no specific application, no intellectual property (IP).
  2. Advanced processing development with invention or IP creation
  3. Full application development, no IP
  4. Full application development with IP
  5. In-house service of customer parts, fee basis
How it Works

Developing a good cold spray repair is a not a trivial task. We take into consideration a broad range of factors including loading levels, wear and corrosion, and accessibility. First we examine basic feasibility, including likely materials and access issues (i.e. is the location sprayable?). Design data is also needed at this point to establish the properties needed for the cold spray deposition. If design data is not available, the part must be reverse engineered. Next, we select an appropriate material. If no data exists for an appropriate material, then some initial feasibility is needed to see if reasonable properties are achievable. Finally, mock-ups or a first article are prepared and evaluated. If all tests pass, a cold spray process specification is written for the application.