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Weld

Sir Frederick Aloysius. 1823--91, New Zealand statesman, born in England: prime minister of New Zealand (1864--65)

weld

[weld]
(metallurgy)
A union made between two metals by welding.

weld

To unite metals by heating them to suitable temperatures, with or without the application of pressure, and with or without the use of filler metal.
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Arc burn is seriously painful, which is why welders wear long sleeves and long pants no matter the weather.
For one thing, the inaugural Welders are mostly playwrights, but the next class includes a dramaturg, devisers, a designer, and a solo performer.
The new GLX-3 laser welder incorporates advanced features, including Branson's patented Simultaneous Thru-Transmission Infrared (STTIr) process, which heats, melts and joins the entire weld line of two or more parts simultaneously.
This is where the welding industry is headed--an evolutionary path that demands different, more knowledgeable welders, whether they work in a fab shop, a manufacturing plant or out in the field.
They are trying to meet a large and growing need; the American Welding Society estimates that the country will face a shortage of 374,000 welders by the year 2024.
The welder, whose name was withheld, was fixing a gate of the factory when a spark fell on the highly flammable materials and the fire eventually reached the rubber materials.
A study investigating Occupational Asthma suggests that a typical stainless steel welder may accumulate 22.
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The GMB said there are up to hundreds of jobless welders on Tyneside available to work.
Welders become proficient in one or more methods of welding.
The iQ servo-controlled welder also offers more consistent part height than pneumatic welders whose continuous travel during the hold phase may affect part height.