weldment


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weldment

[′weld·mənt]
(engineering)
An assembly or structure whose component parts are joined by welding.

weldment

Any assembly whose component parts are joined by welding.
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A planter row unit for farm machinery was originally made as a 30-piece weldment that utilized fine thread nylock nuts for attachment.
14: WDS Link for A) Weld-Metal and HAZ Regions B) Transition Region and Weld-Metal C) Along HAZ and Weld-Metal for Weldment AISI 410MSS/ ER NiCr-3 (As-Welded).
1 presents the macroscopic appearance of the weldments at various welding speeds.
For example the weldment classification could be worked out with utilization advanced methods based on the similarity principles.
Reduce the number of distinct weldments to as few as possible.
Then insert drainage holes in the kingpin coupler weldment.
Fixturing for creating weldments for the bus, like other production processes, received careful consideration.
Spitzer Industries is a custom fabricator and packager of equipment and systems, specializing in engineered process and production skid packages, ASME pressure vessels, and other custom weldments.
Although the fan manufacturer's engineers knew the complex weldment was a good candidate to be converted to a casting, Pier Foundry faced a challenge in educating them about design considerations unique to metal castings.
Monarch Industries, after receiving a solid model of the weldment, created an initial cast design that addressed fit, form and function within a week.
This strong, rugged machine offers flexibility and the uni-body tractor frame weldment is stronger than bolted plate designs.