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What is sheet metal welding?

Dec 27,2021


       In the industrial production process, welding can be carried out in many different environments. Welding is a manufacturing process connecting materials, usually metals or thermoplastics, that cause coalescence. Next, the sheet metal manufacturer-Aihao Metal Products Factory will tell you what is sheet metal welding?

       Welding is a manufacturing process that joins materials, usually metals or thermoplastics, that cause coalescence. This is often done by melting the workpiece and adding filler materials to form a molten material cooling pool, which becomes a powerful combination, but sometimes pressure is used in conjunction with the use of heat, or welds generated by itself. Many different types of energy are used for welding, which can be used for welding, including gas flame, an electric arc, laser, electronic beam, friction and ultrasound.

       In the industrial production process, welding can be carried out in many different environments, including open air, underwater and in space. Regardless of the location, however, welding is still dangerous, and care must be taken to avoid burns, electric shock, toxic fumes and excessive UV lamps. Welding is a joining process that occurs at temperatures below 450°C (842°F). It is similar to brazing in which the filler is melted and pulled into the capillary to form a joining method. Although it is operated at a lower temperature, it does not prevent it from being harmful to operators. Because of the lower temperature and different alloys used as the filler, the metallurgical reaction between the filler and the workpiece is small, resulting in a weaker joint.


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