Equipment and supplies used to weld and solder.
Arc and Resistance Welders (245 suppliers)
Braze and Brazing Alloys (137 suppliers)
Braze and brazing alloys join metals or other materials without extensive fusion of the substrates. Brazes have a higher melting point (>800° F) than solders and cause little or no metal vaporization, gain growth, stress corrosion, or distortion.
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Brazing Equipment (41 suppliers)
Brazing equipment joins two or more materials with a molten braze filler, which typically does not fuse with the base materials. Brazing is useful in joining dissimilar materials such as metals and ceramics or metallurgically incompatible alloys.
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Filler Alloys and Consumables (679 suppliers)
Filler metal alloys and consumables used in welding, brazing or soldering include items in rod sheet, wire spool, coated stick, weld stud, powder, preform or paste forms.
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Fluxes (217 suppliers)
Fluxes are chemical compositions used in soldering, brazing and welding. They clean the metal’s surface, assist with heat transfer, and remove unwanted oxide films.
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Friction Stir Welding (FSW) Tools (8 suppliers)
Friction stir welding (FSW) tools are refractory alloy or carbide-shouldered cylinders with a central pin or probe, which is rotated at high speed and pressed against the seam of two abutted metal substrates. The frictional heat forms a solid-state weld without melting the base metals.
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Laser Cutting and Welding Machines (252 suppliers)
Laser cutting machines and laser welding machines use a high-powered laser to cut or perforate materials in plate or sheet form.
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Laser Engraving and Laser Marking Machines (235 suppliers)
Laser engraving and laser marking machines use a high-powered laser to mark or scribe materials with text, images, patterns, and graduations.
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Laser Optics, Heads, and Beam Delivery Components (99 suppliers)
Laser optics, heads and beam delivery components are used in laser cutting machines, laser welding and marking systems.
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Laser Processing Equipment (568 suppliers)
Laser processing equipment uses high-powered lasers to cut, trim, perforate, weld, or join a variety of materials in plate or sheet form.
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Oxy-fuel Cutting and Welding Machines (92 suppliers)
Oxy-fuel cutting and welding equipment melt an areas with an arc and then use a high-velocity, high-temperature, ionized gas to make cuts.
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Plasma Cutting Machines (120 suppliers)
Plasma Welding Machines (177 suppliers)
Plastic Welding and Assembly Equipment (115 suppliers)
Plastic welders consist of torches, ultrasonic welding equipment, heat guns, hot rod welders, RF or dielectric welders, and hot plate welders used to join thermoplastic materials.
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Solder (248 suppliers)
Solders include low melting point metal alloys usually in wire, powder, preform or paste forms. Solders are metal alloys with low melting points that are used to join metals together.
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Soldering Irons, Stations, and Accessories (306 suppliers)
Soldering irons, stations and accessories bond two or more metallic surfaces together with a low melting alloy solder such as tin/lead or Sn/Cu/Ni/Ge alloys, which is melted, wets the surface and resolidifies forming a soldered joint.
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Stud Welders (40 suppliers)
Stud welders use a specialized stud welding gun to fuse weld studs, weld nuts, or weld fasteners to a metal workpiece. An arc is struck between the welding stud or fastener and workpiece that solidly fuses the welding fastener to the substrate.
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Ultrasonic Cutting and Welding Machines (65 suppliers)
Ultrasonic welding and cutting machines melt areas with an arc and then use a high-velocity, high-temperature ionized gas to make cuts.
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Ultrasonic Horns and Boosters (44 suppliers)
Ultrasonic horns and ultrasonic boosters are used with ultrasonic transducers and converters. Boosters or velocity transformers amplify ultrasonic vibrations. Ultrasonic horns, sonotrodes, anvils, blades or probes contact and transmit ultrasonic vibration.
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Weld Monitors and Controllers (51 suppliers)
Weld monitors and controllers are used for sensing joint quality (size or integrity), gap, position, or output power supply variations. Also, controllers are used to adjust parameters to compensate for variations in joint quality or output power.
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Welding Accessories (629 suppliers)
Welding Alloys (344 suppliers)
Welding, Brazing, and Soldering Equipment (1,334 suppliers)
Welders and welding machines include all manner of devices used for welding, brazing and soldering.
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