Types of Welded Joints –
There are usually five different types of welded joints. They are divided into five in number according to the welded locations on the work pieces. They are as follows –
- Butt Joint
- Corner Joint
- Lap Joint
- Tee joint
- Edge joint
Butt Joint –
Butt joint is a type of welded joint when the two work pieces are joined together side by side. As shown in the figure, the two work pieces are joined side by side using the welding process. Welding must be done on both sides of the work piece so as to give more strength to the obtained final product. This type of welded joint is mostly used as it has a lot of advantages.
Corner Joint –
Corner joint is a type of welded joint when two work pieces are joined together at he corners. Even for corner joint, both the sides of the work pieces must be welded thoroughly.
T Joint –
T joint is a type of welded joint when two work pieces are joined together that makes a T shape. The figure mentioned gives the idea of a T joint.
Lap Joint –
Lap joint is a type of welded joint when the two work pieces are placed on each other and welded as shown in the figure. Both the sides of the work piece must be welded.
Edge joint –
Edge joint is also a type of welded joint that has to be welded at the edges as shown in the figure. This is known as edge joint.