Taxonomy: Carbon Arc Welding


Carbon arc welding is a form of welding (joining two metallic workpieces together by melting) that uses a carbon arc torch.


Overview of Process

Carbon arc welding is a process that welds two metal workpieces together using a carbon arc torch. Welding creates a joint between two metallic workpieces by melting the adjoining borders, and as the metal cools, it forms a joint. A carbon arc torch works by creating a spark between a carbon electrode and the metal.


Additional Notes

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Process Illustration


Engineers Edge. “Welding Definitions

The Free Dictionary. “Carbon-Arc Brazing