Welded

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Tenaris
... global manufacturer and supplier of seamless and welded steel pipe products and provider of pipe handling, stocking and distribution services to the oil and gas, energy and mechanical industries ... It is headquartered in Luxembourg and is also a leading regional supplier of welded steel pipes for gas pipelines in South America ... of 3.3 million tons of seamless, and 2.8 million tons of welded pipes, annual consolidated net sales in excess of US$ 12.1 billion (2008) and 23,500 ...
Stewarts & Lloyds - History: Stewart & Menzies Ltd
... by Eadies of Dalmarnock, South Lanarkshire, specialists in the manufacture of lap-welded and loose flange tubes ... In 1862, along with his brother James, Andrew set up business as a maker of butt-welded and lap-welded tubes establishing a small works at St ...
Lotus 41
... The chassis was a welded tubular steel space frame ... was the extensive use of stressed steel panels in the bulkheads, welded steel around the footwell and the instrument panel, a welded sheet of steel surrounding ... Floors were also welded for additional stiffness ...
Frame (vehicle) - Construction - Boxed
... steel is bent into four sides and then welded where both ends meet. 1960s, the boxed frames of conventional American cars were spot-welded here and there down the seam when turned into NASCAR "stock car" racers, the box ...
Metal Bellows - Manufacture
... Welded bellows can be fabricated from a variety of exotic metals and alloys, whereas formed bellows are limited to alloys with good elongation – brass being a prime example ... Welded bellows are not fabricated from brass because of its fundamentally poor weldability ... Other advantages to welded bellows include compactness (higher performance in a smaller package), ability to be compressed to solid height with no damage, resistance to nicks ...

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    How marvellous it all is! Built not by saints and angels, but the work of men’s hands; cemented with men’s honest blood and with a world of tears, welded by the best brains of centuries past; not without the taint and reproach incidental to all human work, but constructed on the whole with pure and splendid purpose. Human, and yet not wholly human—for the most heedless and the most cynical must see the finger of the Divine.
    Archibald Philip Primrose, 5th Earl Rosebery (1847–1929)