from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To join (metals) by applying heat, sometimes with pressure and sometimes with an intermediate or filler metal having a high melting point.
- transitive v. To bring into close association or union.
- intransitive v. To be capable of being welded.
- n. The union of two metal parts by welding.
- n. The joint formed by welding.
- n. See dyer's rocket.
- n. The yellow dye obtained from dyer's rocket.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A herb (Reseda luteola) related to mignonette, growing in Europe, and to some extent in America, used to make a yellow dye; dyer's broom; dyer's rocket; dyer's weed; wild woad.
- n. The yellow coloring matter or dye extracted from this plant.
- v. To bind together inseparably; to unite closely or intimately.
- v. To join two materials (especially two metals) together by applying heat, pressure and filler, either separately or in any combination.
- n. The state of being welded.
- n. The joint made by welding.
- v. (obsolete) To wield.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An herb (Reseda luteola) related to mignonette, growing in Europe, and to some extent in America; dyer's broom; dyer's rocket; dyer's weed; wild woad. It is used by dyers to give a yellow color.
- n. Coloring matter or dye extracted from this plant.
- n. The state of being welded; the joint made by welding.
- transitive v. To wield.
- transitive v. To press or beat into intimate and permanent union, as two pieces of iron when heated almost to fusion.
- transitive v. Fig.: To unite closely or intimately.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To unite or consolidate, as pieces of metal or a metallic powder, by hammering or compression with or without previous softening by heat.
- Figuratively, to bring into intimate union; make a close joining of: as, to weld together the parts of an argument.
- To undergo the welding process; be capable of being welded.
- A Middle English form of wield.
- n. The dyer's-weed, Reseda luteola, a scentless species of mignonette, native in southern Europe and naturalized further north.
- n. A solid union of metallic pieces formed by welding; a welded junction or joint.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. unite closely or intimately
- n. European mignonette cultivated as a source of yellow dye; naturalized in North America
- v. join together by heating
- n. United States abolitionist (1803-1895)
- n. a metal joint formed by softening with heat and fusing or hammering together
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There are a great many jobs where it is possible to fill up the weld, that is, make the section at the point of the weld a little larger than the section through the rest of the piece.
There is really a huge amount of investment being done into looking and replacing traditional welding techniques, because they are not as efficient in the quality of the weld is a lot worse.
Due to this consumption of material, thicker tubes near the weld is a benefit.
In addition, a technique called weld bonding first used in the new MAZDA6 has also been applied to the MAZDA3's unibody construction.
Does this dumbfuck with a Trekkie boner really not know how to spell the word "weld"?
Furthermore, attendees learned about the inservice and preservice applications of TOFD such as weld inspection of vessels, piping and pipelines, storage tanks, spheres and wind turbines.
Supplied through 3M distributor Elmdale Welding Supplies, products used by the specialist finishing team at AB Fine Art include the 3M Fibre Disc 985C for applications such as weld grinding and stock removal and Scotch-Brite Clean and Strip XT Purple Discs for pre - and post-weld cleaning and for the removal of rust and other coatings.
Then she can "weld" shattered or cracked pieces of metal back together.
The portion of the prepared edge of a member to be joined by a groove weld which is not