AA MJM: Materials Joining Monograph Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys
SDO: AA: The Aluminum Association Inc.
DOD Adopted ANSI Approved Approved
ALUMINUM IS JOINED with most of the known joining processes. It is readily joined by welding, brazing, soldering, adhesive bonding, or mechanical fastening. In many instances, aluminum is joined by the conventional equipment and techniques used with other metals. Occasionally, specialized equipment or techniques, or both, are required. The alloy, joint configuration, strength requirement, appearance, and cost are factors that dictate the choice of joining process. Each process for joining aluminum has certain advantages and limitations.
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