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Larry Jeffus
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Describe an ideal tack weld.

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The ideal tack weld.

Explanation

The Tack welding is a significant part of welding or a temporary welding which are used to hold the two or more components in the proper location, in proper alignment, and in proper distance, while welding. The tack is a very brittle and crack sensitive microstructure which used as a root of the weld.

The main purpose of using ideal tack weld is to hold the components until the welding is completed.

The functions of the ideal tack weld are following.

  1. Hold the components in its place until the welding is completed.
  2. They are used as a temporary weld...

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