MAUMEE, OH – After years of engineering, testing and pitching its proprietary magnetic pulse welding manufacturing process for joining dissimilar metals, Dana Corp. appears to have a high-volume customer. The Toledo-based supplier plans to use the innovative spark-free welding method to produce a driveshaft for a high-volume light truck produced in the U.S. by one of the “Big Six” auto makers in 2006 for an ’07 model year vehicle. Dana and the OEM customer are close to finalizing the ...

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