forge welding


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forge welding

[′fȯrj ‚weld·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
A group of welding processes in which the parts to be joined, usually iron, are heated to about 1000°C and then hammered or pressed together. Also known as fire welding.
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Nehring boasts a 98% success rate in teaching the techniques of forge welding and notes that all class participants go home with their own usable handmade coal chisel after two days of Introduction to Blacksmithing.