weldbonding

weldbonding

[′weld‚bänd·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
A process for joining metals in which adhesive, typically an epoxy paste, is applied to the parts, which are then clamped together, spot-welded, and put into an oven (250°F, or 121°C, for 1 hour) to cure the adhesive.
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Some of the reported technologies are Rivbonding (rivet + adhesive), Weldbonding (spot weld + adhesive) [39], injection overmolding [40] and DA.