Origin of weld1
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Other definitions for weld (2 of 3)
Origin of weld2
Other definitions for weld (3 of 3)
How to use weld in a sentence
Over time, molecules may slip through tiny cracks in the welds, ruining that vacuum.Want to Get Outside All Winter? Bring Your Thermos.|AC Shilton|November 29, 2020|Outside Online
One old soldier is on the path to a doctorate in mathematics and another is a trained underwater welder.
When I arrived at the apartment, a welder was busy putting it back together.
It would distinguish between a 47-year-old unemployed welder and a 27-year-old underemployed college grad.
Then “the remainder fused together, as if hit by a giant welder.”
The electric welder (Figure 42) is built to hold the parts to be joined between two heavy copper dies or contacts.
An auxiliary switch is connected to the welder switch so that both switches act together.
To locate a ground in the regulator or other part, disconnect the lines running to the welder from the switch.
Place a piece of wood or fibre between the welding dies in the welder as though you were going to weld them.
Take the other end of the cord in the hand and press it against some part of the welder frame where the metal is clean and bright.