Definition of Rewelding
1. reweld [v] - See also: reweld
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Literary usage of Rewelding
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1. Official Proceedings (1920)
"Information obtained from men in a position to know shows that the second rewelding of a seam does not last as long in service as the first weld, ..."
2. Holy-days and Holidays: A Treasury of Historical Material, Sermons in Full by Edward Mark Deems (1906)
"cussion of especially good cheer and a gentle rewelding of the old associations of consanguinity. But to us collectively as a people Thanksgiving means more ..."
3. Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1899)
"... rods have no adjustments outside the steam chests, and in the older small engines no adjustments of any sort, except by cutting and rewelding the rods. ..."
4. Knight's American Mechanical Dictionary: A Description of Tools, Instruments by Edward Henry Knight (1876)
"... without cutting and rewelding them. •\ Fig 6434 i- я machine for up- tires. The upper figure shows the ..."
5. Quantitative Analysis by Edward Garfield Mahin (1914)
"... steel and oxide is probably 't~i'~ prevents rewelding the grains by hot or cold working. :ness of structure also results from the evolution of gases, ..."
6. Statistics of Mines and Mining in the States and Territories West of the by United States Dept. of the Treasury (1877)
"The rewelding, including the necessary new iron, costs on an average $10. The stems, as well as the cams, last at least ten years. The battery-linings last ..."
7. The Standard Dictionary of Facts: History, Language, Literature, Biography edited by Henry Woldmar Ruoff (1909)
"... in the blade and filling them up; also by welding together a bundle of steel bars, cutting and rewelding them, etc. In recent times, the English and ..."