welding tip

welding tip

[′weld·iŋ ‚tip]
(engineering)
A replaceable nozzle for a gas torch used in welding.
(metallurgy)
An electrode used in spot or projection welding.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The resistance between the tin ball and the welding tip has inevitably increased due to the smaller diameter of the tin ball.
During the welding process, high frequency ultrasonic energy is directed via the welding tip to the surface between the metals to be bonded.
The 20-kHz model comes with a standard 12.5-mm, flat-faced welding tip that attaches to a driver that has a threaded end to accept other tips.
Better-quality DIY wire-feed welders can be set up to pump compressed inert gas through the gun and out the welding tip (see photo, Page 72).
Meindel was not dozing off during the Frontier Heritage Fair at the Lane Events Center; instead, the Eugene history buff was breaking obsidian rocks with quick, hard blows from a copper welding tip to make arrowheads and knives.
Tools can include such items as a speed welding tip, a rotary burr for preparing grooves, side cutters, pliers and a scraper.
The robot controllers combine this information with the laser sensors' findings and by correcting the parameters to accommodate varying gaps and measurements, direct the welding tip to produce a precise weld.
By maintaining a constant coolant temperature, manufacturers can hold closer production tolerances and lower tooling, welding tip, and grinding wheel replacement costs and the associated downtime, accelerating payback.
If you're handy in your workshop, grab some welding tips to make your projects successful.