Welding represents the joining of two workpieces in a liquid state. The welding stock and the welding rod are made of the same basic material.

The weld point is briefly brought to melting point and the materials more or less flow into one another.

The welding temperature is usually produced by a light arc (arc welding). In the rarer process of oxyacetylene welding, the heat is produced via a flame. Other welding processes include friction welding and spot welding.

See also:
"Welding" is in the NAICS Code "333992"
(Welding and Soldering Equipment ManufacturingPlasma welding equipment manufacturing)

"Welding" is in the UNSPSC Code "23153204"
Welding robots

Ref: 122725/2006-09-26

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Surface-fusion welding (Surface-fusion welding pertains to gas welding in ...)
ISO 10882-1:2001 (Health and safety in welding and allied processes ...)
Welding technique (Welding technique pertains to the manner is ...)
Carbon -arc welding (Carbon-arc welding refers to arc welding using a ...)
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