There are many ways in which to weld metal alloys together, however all members of the metal pressing industry agree that beforehand all components must be properly regulated. Here are a few simple rules which are common to all metal alloy compounds.
Use Similar Alloys
If you don’t use Alloys with similar characteristics, it could potentially be disastrous. Not only do they often have different melting temperatures, but they also require different welding rod or wire.
When dissimilar alloys have to be used, they should be joined together by other means, such as bolting. In cases
Only Use Alloys With Similar Thicknesses
This is one of the most basic rules of welding. However it is also incredibly easy to get wrong. When parts of dissimilar thickness are welded together, the chance of suffering a burn through the finished product is increased.
The reason why it is necessary to use alloys of similar thicknesses is simple: if two pieces of metal are being welded together, and one piece is double the thickness of the other, it means that twice the amount of heat will be required for one than the other. This would mean allowing the welding rod or wire to linger longer on that thicker piece.