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Gorilla Glass Manufacturing Process | Gorilla Glass Strength Test | Gorilla Glass Molding

Touch screen technology in fast few years has grown drastically in various applications, in order to overcome the difficulties faced by the touch screen; a new frontier technology has to take its part to revitalize the use of touch screen. In this counterpart gorilla glass has thrown a flash light focus on touch screen technology….

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Gorilla Glass History | Gorilla Glass Scratch | Gorilla Glass Touch Screen

Touch screen technology in fast few years has grown drastically in various applications, in order to overcome the difficulties faced by the touch screen; a new frontier technology has to take its part to revitalize the use of touch screen. In this counterpart gorilla glass has thrown a flash light focus on touch screen technology….

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Welding Technology | Electro Gas Welding (EGW)

Electro Gas Welding: Electro Gas Welding is an arc welding process that uses an arc between a continuous filler metal electrode and the weld pool, employing vertical position welding with backing to confine the molten weld metal. Electro gas welding is very much similar to electro slag welding except that an inert gas such as…

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About Welding Machine | Electro Slag Welding ESW | Narrow Gap Welding

Electro Slag Welding | Flux Core Welding Electro slag welding is a welding process of heavy plates in the vertical position. Wherein coalescence is produced by molten slag which melts the filler metal and the surfaces of the work. It’s an arc less process that utilizes resistance heating of the slag pool covering the molten…

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Percussion Welding | Stud Welding | Capacitor Discharge Welding | Welding Technology

Percussion Welding: Percussion or Percussive welding is similar to flash welding except that the arc is produced by the rapid discharge of stored electrical energy across an air gap between the ends of the work pieces to be welded. It belongs to a family of joining techniques generically referred to as percussion or stud welding….

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Flash Welding Process | Flash Butt Welding Of Rails | Flash And Upset Welding

Flash welding: Flash butt welding is one of the resistance welding processes employed to join metals. In flash butt welding process, the ends of the piece to be welded are connected to the secondary circuit of a transformer, while one piece is held firmly by a clamping device attached to a stationary platen; the other…

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Welding Mechanical Engineering | Resistance Projection Welding | Projection Welding Over Spot Welding

Projection Welding: The projection welding process is similar to spot welding except that the welding pressure, and welding current. Hence the welding heat are localized by making projection or embossments on one or both of the work pieces to be joined. Such projections are made at all points where a weld spot is desired. The…

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Resistance Seam Welding Process | What Is Resistance Seam Welding | Seam Welding Chassis

Resistance Seam Welding: In principle seam welding is similar to spot welding except that it uses disc shaped electrodes. A current impulse is applied through the rollers to the material in contact with them. The heat generated thus rollers to the material in the pressure from the electrodes completes the weld. If the current is…

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Resistance Spot Welding | Resistance Spot Welding How It Works | Resistance Spot Welding Theory

Resistance Spot Welding: In spot welding the weld is effected by the heat produced due to resistance to the flow of current through two or more overlapping work pieces held pressed together between the electrodes. This is the simplest form of resistance welding and does not pose any problem for welding sheets ranging u to…

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Resistance Welding Process | Pipe Welding Equipment | Resistance Welding Dissimilar Metals

Resistance Welding: Resistance welding is a process in which two or more parts are welded by the coordinated and regulated use of heat and pressure. The heat in the resistance welding process is generated by the resistance offered by the work pieces to the flow of low voltage high density electric current. The pressure for…

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Shielded Inert Gas Metal Arc (SIGMA) Welding | Metal Inert Gas (MIG) Welding | Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)

This process also known as Shielded Inert Gas Metal Arc (SIGMA) welding, Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding or Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) uses a shielded arc struck between a bare metal electrode and the workpiece. The metal electrode is provided in the form of a wire reel. History: It was first used in the…

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Bucket Elevator Part | Bucket Elevator Guide | Bucket Elevator How It Works

A bucket elevator is a conveyor for carrying bulk materials in a vertical or inclined path. Bucket elevators for the mechanical, vertical transportation of materials have become a crucial link in the production process in many industrial sectors. Typical elevator consists of: 1. An endless belt, 2. A chain or chains, to which buckets are…

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Solidworks Basic Tutorial | Solidworks Models For Practise | Solidworks Model Online

Solidworks Model 1 Mechanical seals are leakage control devices, which are found on rotating equipment such as pumps and mixers to prevent the leakage of liquids and gases from escaping into the environment. A mechanical face seal is an important component of variety of pumps used in chemical, petrochemical and process industry. The seal is…

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Solidworks Training | Solidworks Tutorial | Solidworks Guide

Solidworks Exercise 1 Solidworks Exercise 2 Solidworks Exercise 3   Solidworks Exercise 4 Solidworks Exercise 5 Rod / Shaft Support: Shafts, too, are a basic, important and very common machine element. A shaft is usually designed to perform a specific task in a specific machine. In general, a rotating member used for the transmission of…