What is Welding?

Welding is a fabrication process that involves joining two or more pieces of thermoplastics or metal through heating the surfaces to their melting points and then fusing them together. The heat can be generated by an electric arc, a gas flame, or a laser, and the melted metal is typically held together by pressure until it cools and solidifies, forming a permanent bond between the pieces.

Welding is widely used in a variety of industries and applications, including construction, shipbuilding, automotive and aerospace manufacturing, and pipeline construction. The choice of welding process will depend on factors such as the thickness and type of the metal, the desired strength of the joint, the position and accessibility of the parts being joined, and the available equipment and expertise.

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