continuous weld

continuous weld

[kən¦tin·yə·wəs ′weld]
(metallurgy)
A weld that is continuous along the entire length of the joint.
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW II-14 Welded Pipes & Tubes II-14 Welding Process - Major Categories II-14 Continuous Welded Pipes II-14 Manufacturing Stages of Continuous Weld Pipes II-15 End-Uses of Continuous Weld Pipes II-16 5.
It is built for performance with a heavy tubular steel, continuous weld, box-style construction that is designed to stand up to the stress of highspeed operation with minimum maintenance.
Once assembled, the covers are ultrasonically welded together with a continuous weld joint around the perimeter of the card and are the most secure, tamper-proof, rigid and robust card kits available on the market today.
Bringing together the wire, power source, consumables, and gas was the automated linear welding system, consisting of a manipulator arm that travels at a distance that produces a continuous weld the entire length of the joint.
Its continuous weld to deep, side and front kickstrips ensures absolute proofing against moisture ingress and maintenance free use for the trailers life.
Application-specific construction, including 304-2b stainless steel framework, with continuous weld seams ground to a No.
He acknowledges that there is the possibility of having a continuous weld, but chances are, the cycle time would be too long, or, if there was, say, a faster process like laser welding deployed, depending on the materials being welded (e.
They were skip welded before and now have a continuous weld.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW II-13 Welded Pipes & Tubes II-13 Continuous Welded Pipes II-13 Manufacturing Stages of Continuous Weld Pipes II-14 End-Uses of Continuous Weld Pipes II-15
A continuous weld is made along the perimeter of the hole, which ties the cross beam tightly to the main frame rail.
It can join an inner hub to an outer ring with two continuous weld paths with weld depths from 2.

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