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- v. Present participle of weld.
- n. The action or process of welding.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The process by which substances, such as metal, are united or consolidated by hammering or compression with or without previous softening by heat.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. fastening two pieces of metal together by softening with heat and applying pressure
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PropinO is propyne, which apparently is a chemical used in welding (I love Wikipedia).
IIW is the only national body authorised by the International Institute Of Welding for promotion of professional qualifications of international standard in welding in India. posted by Neel @ 3: 48 PM
When there is just enough oxygen to make the single cone, and when, by turning on more acetylene or by turning off oxygen, two cones are caused to appear, the flame is neutral (Figure 40), and the small blue-white cone is called the welding flame.
One of the most important processes in connection with the production of the details of machinery, and other purposes in which malleable iron is employed, is that termed welding, namely, when more or less complex forms are, so to speak, "built up" by the union of suitable portions of malleable iron united and incorporated with each other in the process of welding.
Research and development testing and extensive field trials carried out by Tregaskiss have shown the new MIG gun is ideal for demanding welding applications such as thick-plate welding, which is common in the heavy-equipment manufacturing industry.
The participating schools have registered two teams of eight students who will be competing in two categories namely welding and fashion technology.
We have that here on Earth too, it's called a welding torch.
Swadian Knights are a heavy lance / sword welding cavalry unit that can mow down troops while on horseback, but they lack a lot of speed for finer operations.
Just, who called welding a "hot area to get into," said as the Cliffside construction site peaks, it will employ up to 2,000 workers.
Instead, you see soldiers running or jumping out of planes, or learning a profession such as welding or fixing engines.
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