fillet weld

[fil-it]
noun Metalworking.
a weld with a triangular cross section joining two surfaces that meet in an interior right angle.

Origin:
1925–30

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The macroetched specimen for the fillet weld test shall show complete
  penetration to the root of the joint.
Ability to groove or fillet weld steel in flat, horizontal, vertical and
  overhead positions.
The fillet weld size shall be as directed by the examination proctor.
Parts to be joined by a tee or fillet weld shall be brought into as close
  contact as is practicable.
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