American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A unit composed of an assemblage of pieces welded together.
- n. A part created from an assembly of smaller components that are joined by welding.
- n. an assembly of parts welded together
- From weld + -ment (Wiktionary)
“I have done only a few of these in the past and none using a weldment.”
“One of the currently favored methods is to make a weldment whereby machined channels part way through two halves of the disk are joined at the face through furnace welding the two mirror images together.”
“You should always hook your ground clamp on weldment, then stinger as positive polarity, this offers optimal self cleaning action of electron flow from metal to electrode stinger.”
“An interruption of the typical structure of a weldment, such as lack of homogeneity in the mechanical, metallurgical, or physical characteristics of the material or weldment.”
“A weld made to hold parts of a weldment in proper alignment until the final welds are”
“I created a weldment part and after I saved it ...”
“Surely the contents of an IDV will be specific to the contents of an IAM, so how can they be used in a different assembly / weldment?”
“This is a "real world" weldment with "real world" weld gaps so there should”
“Could somebody with experience using the weld feature in IV2008 take a look at this weldment and tell me how to weld the two parts to the curved strap?”
“I am getting an AmRxSegment error with a weldment.”
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