Taxonomy: Diffusion Bonding
Diffusion bonding is a low-heat welding process that bonds metals through diffusion of atoms.
Overview of Process
Diffusion bonding is a welding process designed to be performed under pressure and low temperature (relative to other welding techniques). The metal pieces are heated to a temperature below their melting point, then pressed together for a long period of time. Over time, atoms diffuse into the joint and eventually fill in the gaps between the metal pieces, bonding them together.
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