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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For example the weldment classification could be worked out with utilization advanced methods based on the similarity principles.
In the weldment, where the hub was cylindrical, you had a big gap when the blades were at a low angle," the customer's mechanical engineer explained.
For M967A2 and M969A3 models, drill six 5/8-in holes in kingpin coupler weldment.
The main element of the Demmeler system is the three-dimensional worktable designed to provide a sturdy platform for mounting the weldments with a variety of standard angles, blocks, and a wide range of other accessories.
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.
The one-piece casting replaced a six-piece steel weldment.
We switched from AutoCAD(R) and Inventor(R) to SolidWorks because we wanted to design in a stable environment that was easy to use and had strong weldment capabilities," said Steve Boxall, drawing office manager at Jewers Doors.
It took several years and an act of God, but Dotson finally won the job to reverse engineer the metal castings from the existing weldment and fulfill the customer's needs.