Define advantages of welding process, Mechanical Engineering

Advantages of welding process

Welding results in a good saving of material and reduced labour content of production.

  • Low manufacturing costs.
  • Dependability of the medium, that is, the weld men are safer.
  • It gives the designer great latitude in planning and designing.
  • Welding is also useful as a method for repairing broken, worn or defective metal parts.
  •  Without welding techniques, the light weight methods of fabrication, so vital to the automotive and aircraft industries, would be unthinkable

 

 

 

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