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Larry Jeffus
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What is the most common joint for seam welds?

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The most common joint in the seam welding.

Explanation

The most common joint used in the seam welding is lap joint.

The lap joint: It is made by the overlapping the edges of the two plates. It can be welded on one side or both sides with the help of the fillet weld. The penetration for the lap joint does not improve their strength. It also required the complete fusion. To insure the complete fusion joint the root of the fillet weld must be melted. When the roots are not fused together then the molten weld pool shows a notch at the leading edge where the plates forms the root of the joint during the weld...

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