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Metal Welding

Metal welding is a process in which metal materials are melted and joined together by thermal energy. In the metal welding process, it is usually necessary to use an external heat source such as flame, arc or laser to heat the metal material above the melting point, and apply external force to connect two or more metal materials together to form a strong connection after cooling. Metal welding can be processed and assembled by connecting the metal materials on both sides of the weld through heat input and filling materials. The main features of metal welding include the following:

Strong flexibility

Metal welding can be applied to a variety of metal materials, including steel, aluminum, copper, nickel and titanium, and can cope with a variety of connection forms, such as butt welding, transverse welding, fillet welding and ring welding. Therefore, in industrial production, metal welding is widely used in the processing and assembly of components and parts of different shapes and sizes.

Strong connection

metal welding can achieve permanent connection of metal materials, welded joints usually have similar mechanical properties, morphology and chemical properties and base metal, solid and reliable connection, welding parts usually have good structural consistency under different stress conditions.

High efficiency

Metal welding has the characteristics of high efficiency, can achieve rapid production processing and assembly, suitable for mass production and large-scale engineering projects.

A variety of welding materials

Metal welding can use a variety of filler materials, such as wire, electrode and welding powder, to meet different metal materials and connection requirements of the welding process.

Suitable for a variety of processes

metal welding can be combined with different welding methods according to different process requirements, such as arc welding, argon arc welding, laser welding and plasma welding, etc., to achieve the processing and connection of different metal materials.