Welding is a fundamental joining process used across various industries to permanently fuse materials, typically metals, by melting their edges and allowing them to cool and solidify together. The process involves the use of heat,
often generated by an electric arc, to melt the base materials and a filler material, if needed, to create a strong and durable bond. Welding plays a pivotal role in construction, manufacturing, and infrastructure development, and
it requires careful consideration of factors such as material compatibility, welding technique, and safety precautions to achieve high-quality results.