What is Fusion Welding And Where Is It Used?

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Fusion welding is the process in which melting is used to join, or fuse, two objects made of similar or same materials, by causing the metal to reach it’s melting point.

Due to the high-temperature phase transitions inherent to these processes, a heat-affected zone is created in the material.

What is Fusion Welding And Where Is It Used?

Welding is one of the key factors in the creation and maintaining of the modern civilization. Not only it holds a key role in construction, but besides bolts and rivets there are no other practical method for joining pieces of metal securely. It’s also used to make many everyday items, from construction to airplanes to cars.

There are several types of fusion-welding that are used for various applications, all of which you can see in the video below.

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