weld time

weld time

[′weld ‚tīm]
(metallurgy)
The time that the welding current is applied to the work in single-impulse and flash welding.
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Moreover the parameters as selected as the pressure, weld time and amplitude as the factors which having the response to weld strength.
Dual Shield wires offer excellent welding performance in all positions with high deposition rates and efficiencies, dramatically reducing weld time and increasing productivity.
Using the mechanical strength-testing method, it is assumed that the interface structure at any time during the welding is related to the bulk material structure by the fourth root of the weld time [t.
generally to operate with low values of the weld time (ts) and weld force (F) parameters and high values for the amplitude parameter is a disadvantage;
Other features for consistent and versatile welding performance include spot weld time control, an optional digital meter and a Euroconnection for the Murex MXE torch.
Weld time was reduced substantially, and quality and process control were improved.
In addition, they have a high number of inches weld, which leads to high fabrication costs due to the weld time, material and complicated fixtures.
These automated welders offer high-quality performance for bore, flange and valve repair, and dramatically decrease weld time while producing precise, uniform, high-quality welds as compared to hand welding techniques.
These automated welders can weld in vertical, horizontal and inverted position and offer precise, high-quality, and uniform welding performance for bore, flange and valve repair while decreasing weld time.
The force of engagement can vary during the weld cycle and affects weld strength, as well as weld time for a given energy setting [7, 8].
Pertinent Data: The Solutions Series are equipped with standard integrated controls, 2000 W of available output power, variable output amplitude control, automatic frequency control adjusts, digital adjustable controls for weld time, hold time, delay time, .
This system not only allows several welds to be done simultaneously, it also reduces weld time from three seconds for a conventional spot weld, to just half a second.