WELDING OPERATIONS I 0D1651 - LESSON 1/TASK 1
SURFACING, PLUG AND SLOT WELDS.
(3) Plug Weld (figure 9). This is a circular weld made through
one member of a lap or tee joint joining that one member with the
other. This type weld may or may not be made through a hole in
the first member.
(4) Slot Weld (figure 9).
This weld is made in an elongated
hole in one member of a lap joint or tee joint joining that
member to the surface of the other member that is exposed through
(5) Fillet Weld. This type weld is shown in figure 6, view L,
on page 21.
It is a triangular cross section weld joining two
surfaces at right angles to each other.
(6) Flash Weld (figure 10 on the following page). This weld is
made by the application of pressure over the entire area of
abutting surfaces after heating them is completed.