Process Joining process that welds two workpieces by the generation of an electric arc. It’s imperative that the detail has a defined protrusion.
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Fusion welding without pressure
Process Joining process resulting from the continuous supply of a metal electrode, which is melted in the presence of a protective gas.
Process Joining process done by melting a metal electrode. This takes place along with a continuous addition of flux.
Process Joining process done in a vacuum chamber by the heat generated by an electron beam.
Process Joining process where a continuously deposited filling material is melted by the heat created by combustion of acetylene and oxygen.
Process Joining process created by the continuous supply of a metal electrode. This is melted by an electric arc and a laser beam, both protected by an inert gas.
Process Joining process where two workpieces are welded by use of a laser beam and a pressure-loaded roller, which continuously moves over the heating area.
Process Joining process by melting the material with lasers.
Process Joining process created by the continuous supply of a metal electrode, which is melted in an electric arc protected by an active gas.
Process Joining process where a continuously supplied flux coated metal electrode creates an electric arc with the workpieces.