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fillet weld

[fil-it] /ˈfɪl ɪt/
noun, Metalworking.
1.
a weld with a triangular cross section joining two surfaces that meet in an interior right angle.
Origin
1925-1930
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.
  • Parts to be joined with a fillet weld should be as close as practicable.
  • The parts to be joined by a tee or fillet weld shall be brought into as close contact as is practicable.
  • The welds are detailed on the design drawings as partial penetration type welds with a reinforcing fillet weld.
  • The lid is sealed by a single fillet weld between the lip on the lid and the side wall of the vessel.
  • All of the weld joints described in this note are socket joints with a fillet weld for closure.

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