Journal for Welding, Cutting and Allied Processes

WELDING AND CUTTING is an international trade journal which is editorially oriented to welding, cutting and brazing/soldering technology, including the numerous peripheral areas. It includes regular and comprehensive reports from industry, science and the practice of the welding technology sector, takes up not only new developments but also economic questions and thus serves as an important source of information which is used by an international expert public throughout the world.

Issue 2 (2022)

Issue Highlights:
Investigation and further development of friction welding for joining additively manufactured components

For the industry additive manufacturing (AM) has the potential to produce components with complex geometries in relatively short lead times and at comparatively low cost, even with batch size 1. A major limitation for th...

Laser beam welding of additive manufactured components: Applicability of existing valuation regulations

With additive manufacturing in the powder bed, the component size is limited by the installation space. Joint welding of additively manufactured parts offers a possibility to remove this size limitation. However, due to...

Effect of energy intensity on component quality through laser metal deposition (LMD) process

The ability to quickly produce complex structures of a unique design and with reduced waste are the main advantages of the additive manufacturing (AM) of metal-based components. Various AM processes are used in the indus...

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