Friction welding: Process, types, and advantages
from Interesting Engineering
Friction welding, as the name implies, uses friction to weld joints. There is no external heat that is applied in the joining process. Hence, friction welding is not a fusion weld process but a solid-state weld process where the resultant joint is often as strong as the parent metal. This welding technique is employed in several industries to join parts. Let’s get into the details of how this technique works and its benefits.
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