What’s a Full Penetration Weld? 2021 Guide


As you know, faults in the welding approach may influence the welded material quality negatively. There are several methods of welding material. In this guide, we’ll tell you more about the full penetration welding approach, also called complete penetration weld. An Overview of the Process A complete penetration welding approach involves connecting two metal parts, […]

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What is Friction Welding? Understanding it Thoroughly

Friction welding

When people ponder about welding, they usually think of metals getting melted together using flame or sparks generated by a combination of pressurized gases. They don’t think of materials getting connected via speed and pressure. Nonetheless, this is what takes place in friction welding. It’s also called spin welding and it’s more common than you […]

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What is Friction Stir Welding (FSW)? How Does it Work? (2021)

Friction Stir Welding

Over the past 10 years, FSW is deemed to be among the more consequential innovations in welding. It’s a solid-state connecting procedure that’s versatile, eco-friendly, and effective when it comes to energy consumption. So, what is friction stir welding? It’s also called FSW. It’s a contact welding procedure that uses the heat produced through friction […]

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How to Weld Thin Metal: A Step-By-Step Guide (2021)

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Working using thinner metal sheets is complicated. Excess heat may lead to burnout. Less heat causes insufficient weld penetration and generates brittle joints. The welding procedure you select plays a crucial role in the process’s success. There are several things to keep in mind to make sure that you have a fruitful joint if you’ll […]

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Does Welding Weaken Steel? (2021)


When welding, one of the crucial things you should think about is if the metal you’re using when will become flimsy when you connect it with another metal. So, does steel become weak if you use it in welding? Yes, welding makes steel weak, especially in the HAZ (heat-affected zone) if you weld at high […]

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Why is Argon Used in Welding, and What Is It? 2021 Guide

TIG Welding

Introduction Some of the most popular welding processes, especially TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) utilize a gas called Argon. It is also used in MIG welding. In MIG welding it is often combined with carbon dioxide in a gas mix for the shielding gas. While MIG welding is technically possible without argon in the mix, these […]

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What is Welding Wire, and What Types Are There? 2021 Guide

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All arc welding processes utilize electricity to create an extremely hot arc that melts the base metal of the joint members. This creates fusion. This fusion is aided by another molten metal, that is the filler metal. All arc welding processes utilize filler metal. With Stick welding (SMAW), it is the coated electrode. TIG welding […]

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What is Submerged-arc Welding, and How Does It Work?

Submerge arc welding

One of the things that welding is known for is the bright arc. This arc emits exceptional ultraviolet light that can burn the skin and retina. Needless to say, safety precautions should be taken when welding. This means welding hood, leather welding jacket, etc. But the arc of the Submerged-arc Welding (SAW) process, while as […]

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