Friction Welding


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Friction Welding - short version

Friction welding is performed by rubbing two pieces of metal against each other under pressure, which cleans up the surface to be welded as well as generating heat. When the required surface temperature suitable for bonding is reached, the rubbing of the surfaces is stopped although the pressure is maintained or increased to form the required joint. Rubbing of the two surfaces is commonly done by rotating the two surfaces with respect to each other.



 



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