EZ Weld TIG wire is the result of a catastrophic explosion in the lab of Dale Davidson as he was trying to develop a radar-absorbing compound with significant military applications.
Dale has been a student of metallurgy most his adult life with an insatiable appetite for experimentation and adventure! “Transmuting metal, or Alchemy, has been studied since the 1600’s. My methodology and the pursuit were not to turn lead into gold but develop solutions that benefit industrial or medical applications. Like alchemy, progress is frequently the result of unanticipated accidents.” states Davidson. Play-dough, superglue, Teflon and the microwave oven were all created by such “failed” experiments.
Our unplanned mishap did not yield the expected result, but instead created something new and interesting and worth exploring further. This is how we discovered the base powder for our unique core-filled TIG wire, a compound we call Utechtanite.
“We found that when you punish metal in a violent explosion you strip off electrons and you can rebuild the core metals to make them perform desired tasks,” says Dale. “The metal in our TIG wire is so starved for electrons that it will bind dissimilar metals in a most superior way!”
EZ Weld TIG wire is revolutionizing the welding community through its ability to bind dissimilar metals, including cast iron. And oh yes – Utechtanite is radar absorbing for fabricating that cloaking device you’re working on!