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Welded Manufacturing

Welding involves the process of joining two or more materials. Welding is used to join various metal and plastic materials together. 

Welded Manufacturing Methods:

  1. Electric Arc Welding: A method in which an electric arc is used to join two metal parts.

  2. Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) / MIG Welding: The process of melting metal using a shielding gas.

  3. Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) / TIG Welding: A method using tungsten electrodes to create an electric arc.

  4. Oxygen-Acetylene Source: A method in which metals are melted and joined using a flame.

  5. Direct Energy Deposit Source: A method of melting and joining material using a laser or electron beam.

  6. Frisk Source: A method in which materials are joined by friction between surfaces that generates heat.

  7. Ultrasonic Source: In particular, joining plastics using high frequency ultrasonic waves.

Usage Areas of Welded Manufacturing:

  • Automotive Industry: Assembling the chassis, body panels and other components.

  • Aviation Industry: Construction of airframes, engine components and landing gear.

  • Construction Industry: Production of building frames, pipes and other building components.

  • Shipbuilding: Production of ship hulls and structures.

  • Energy Industry: Combining parts of energy infrastructure such as wind turbines, oil and gas pipes.

  • Manufacturing Industry: In machinery and equipment construction, a wide variety of components

  • Medical Industry: Manufacture of medical devices and equipment.

  • Architecture, Furniture:Furniture parts, architectural decorations, handles, elevator parts.

Welding is a very effective way of joining materials and is used in many different areas of industry. As technology improves, welding processes become more efficient, reliable and economical. This has made welded fabrication the method of choice for a number of applications. Each welding method has its own advantages and limitations, so it is important to choose the most suitable method for a particular application.

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