plug weld

plug weld

[′pləg ‚weld]
(metallurgy)
A circular fusion weld made in the hole of a slotted lap or tee joint.

plug weld

A weld made through a circular hole in one member of a lap joint, 2 or tee joint, joining one member to the other.
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* Article had been produced in single cavity molds with side needle blow Consistency issues with port/fill-hole formation, formation of seat for plug weld, and low volume output
At the rear of the shroud, I drilled two 5/16" holes on opposite sides so I could plug weld the shroud to the barrel.
These holes were then plug welded to fuse the rails and receiver together.
They can also be plug welded with 309 310 stainless steel rod.
No, it's got nothing to do with live loads or dead loads, plug welds or groove welds, moments, beams, stair stringers, or vaults.
They can also be plug welded with 309-310 Stainless Steel Rod.
To attach the sight to the new receiver, I drilled a couple holes under the sight location and then plug welded the sight to the receiver from the underside: You could also solder this sight In place.
The total circumference is 7.5 inches, and the hole to be plug welded measures 5/16-inch.
Weld bead placement is critical when making multiple passes on thick sections of metal, especially on the root passes of plug welds or wide V-groove openings.
Approved weld types include but are not limited to: groove welds, fillet welds, plug welds, slot welds, and butt welds.