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Metals from the mill often have a finish that is not is not particularly smooth or aesthetically pleasing.
While welding is often associated hot orange sparks and molten metal, there are several welding processes that do not fit this visual.
What Is Friction Welding?
Friction welding is a solid-state welding process that is used on metals and other materials.
Metals are often selected for their aesthetic appeal as much as their mechanical properties.
Dirty, oxidized or otherwise unfinished material is undesirable for many reasons.
When certain types of metals such as steel and copper are processed at the mill, they often have surface contaminants.
The ability to withstand abrasion and resist indentation are two very important attributes of certain types of metals.
One of the benefits of many types of metals is the fact they are relatively ductile; ductility ensures that metals bend before they break.
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