lap weld


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lap weld

[′lap ‚weld]
(metallurgy)
A welded lap joint.

lap weld

lap weld
A weld in which the ends of the pieces are overlapped and then joined by welding.
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A lap weld joining a 416 stainless cap to a 310 stainless body is shown in Figure 2.
"The excellent arc characteristics of Excalibur 7028 across a wide current range give welders the ability to deposit fillet and lap welds without undercutting.
The common weld types required to support miniaturization in the medical device industry include ball welds and butt welds in support of catheter guide wires; seam welds and lap welds in support of steerable catheters; and spot welds and tip welds in support of stimulation leads as well as sensing and ablating catheters.
This wire also works in fillet and lap welds on galvanized or mild steels up to 3/4" thick.
The Axial Compression Bonder offers precise control for performing strong butt and lap welds on catheter shafts, according to the company.
Recently, they've developed what's called the MIG Force push-pull write Feed system that is specifically designed to facilitate aluminum MIG welding--as in providing the means to make lap welds at 5 m/min and fillet laps at 2 m/min.
Paltier's unique nine-bend upright design, the full lap welds, the industry's heaviest one-piece beam connector -- all these and many other features provide a stronger, more durable rack for the long run.
By Michael Rosenfeld, Kiefner & Associates/Applus-RTD and Robert Fassett, Kleinfelder Pipe Type < 50% YS < 30% YS < 20% YS < 10% YS LF-ERW 10 9 4 3 HF-ERW 8 3 2 1 Lap Welded 17 8 1 0 All others (a) 12 0 0 0 (a) Freeze plugging incidents omitted Jumber of occurred incidents below certain stress thresholds by type of pipe
The remote laser welding system is capable of producing butt, fillet, and lap welds. The 3-kW diffusion-cooled slab laser used in the Utica system (a 5-kW system is being developed, which will provide the means to have an even-greater work area) can be used to weld materials including mild steel, high-strength steel, stainless steel, aluminum, and magnesium.
Lincoln says the excellent arc characteristics of 7028 give welders the ability to deposit fillet and lap welds without undercutting, while the superior operability makes it easy to repeat high-quality, consistent welds.
By virtue of its age, this pipeline contains line pipe and equipment that presents significant operation, maintenance, integrity management (IM), and environmental compliance challenges, including pipeline features such as reduced port valves, occasional single submerged are welds (SSAW) and lap welded pipe, and mechanical couplings.