staggered-intermittent fillet welding

staggered-intermittent fillet welding

[′stag·ərd ‚in·tər′mit·ənt ′fil·ət ‚weld·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Making a line of intermittent fillet welds on each side of a joint in a manner such that the increments on one side are not opposite to those on the other side.
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