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Welding

Scope note

Use for the process of joining two pieces of metal by softening or melting both surfaces to be joined by the application of heat, with or without inserting filler metal and with or without the application of pressure. For the metal joining process that necessarily involves the insertion of solder but not necessarily the softening or melting of the surfaces to be joined, use "soldering" for the process carried out at temperatures below 750 degrees Celsius, or "brazing" for the similar process carried out at temperatures ranging between 750 and 900 degrees Celsius.

This term has 9 records attributed within our system.

Connected records

Burgonet

HEN.M.88-1933

Maker(s)

Possibly Unknown (Production)

Two Faces 1962

M.1-1995

Maker(s)

Hoskin, John (Sculptor)

Late Quarter (variation H)

M.2-1987

Maker(s)

Caro, Anthony (Sculptor)

Mudra XIV

M.63-1984

Maker(s)

Scott, Tim (Sculptor)

Untitled Sculpture

M.1-2007

Maker(s)

Wall, Brian (Sculptor)

Watch

M/P.50-1913

Maker(s)

Unknown (Maker)

Hunting sword

HEN.M.278-1933

Maker(s)

Possibly Unknown (Production)

Well, Well, Well

M.6-2008

Maker(s)

Poston, David (Maker)

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