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In Welding and Cutting

How do you weld?

in order to make a weld you need a welder The above post is a little simplistic but you basically weld using gas or electricity to melt the base metal allowing you to ad ( Full Answer )
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What is welding?

When you heat a piece of metal so that part of it melts, that melted part can stick to another piece of metal and when it cools and hardens, the two pieces of metal will be co ( Full Answer )
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What is weld?

weld is a conductive substance used to fill gaps in most types of welding, it serves the same purpose as solder. One type is called a Flux rod, it is an iron or alloy rod coat ( Full Answer )
In Mechanical Engineering

What is a weld?

A weld is the fusing of materials by melting. Metals, glass, and some plastics can be welded. Not to be confused with brazing, soldering, or glueing.
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What is the welding defects for MIG welding?

You can find pretty much all welding defects in Mig welding. There are some that are morelikely to appear than others but that is depending on the gas and power range that is ( Full Answer )
In Mechanical Engineering

Where can you weld?

u cant weld anywhere hahahahahahahah Not nice. Some community colleges offer welding programs and/or classes. Get in good with instructor and you may have use of all the sc ( Full Answer )
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Butt-weld and grrove weld?

First, Butt-weld is short for a butt groove. Welding in a butt-groove starts at the throat of the butt-groove. The first weld point could be a tack-weld: holding the two mater ( Full Answer )
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Is mig welding a forge welding?

No, Forge welding is the simplest form of welding where two metals are heated to a state than can be forced to meld into each-other such as hammering or by other mechanical me ( Full Answer )
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What is good welding and bad welding?

a sound weld will have similar characteristics to the base metal. be free of cracks and fully fused to both surfaces and free of contamination.
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What metals can be welded with TIG welding?

If it can be welded it can probably be TIG welded. Exceptions would be metals with a low melting temperature ie: lead, tin, zinc etc.