Do you know the difference between MIG welding and TIG welding? Do you know the correct definition for resistance spot welding? What is the correct term for "an arc welding process which melts and joins metals by heating them with an arc, between a covered metal electrode and the work"?
If, like me, you’re new to the world of industrial maintenance and reliability, you may be unfamiliar with the industry lingo. If you’re interested in the world of welding, then check out these online welding dictionaries for help.
Here’s one definition to get you started:
weld verb \'weld\
: to become or be capable of being welded
1a : to unite (metallic parts) by heating and allowing the metals to flow together or by hammering or compressing with or without previous heating b : to unite (plastics) in a similar manner by heating c : to repair (as an article) by this method d : to produce or create as if by such a process
2: to unite or reunite closely or intimately <architecture that welds the past and the present>