Foil butt seam welding, Mechanical Engineering

Foil Butt Seam Welding

This is a modification of seam welding, in which thin narrow strips of metal arc introduced between one or both of the circular electrodes and the work piece. The joint edges are held in the same plane instead of being overlapped. The strips help to localise the melting and to avoid reduction of section thickness at the joint. The process is being used successfully on the shells of rail coaches.

 

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