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To make an EB weld, what is the least amount of vacuum that a part must be subjected to?

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The least amount of vacuum that a part must be subjected in order to make an EB weld.

Explanation

EB weld stands for electron beam weld. The weld that is produced during the electron beam welding is known as EB weld.

The electron beam welding is generally performed in the vacuum. The reason of performing the vacuum is to reduce dissipation of electron beam.

The amount of vacuum required in the electron beam welding is the range of 105mmHg to 103mmHg

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