Fillet Weld

Glossary Term

A fillet weld is a weld seam where two structural components are welded together at an angle.

A fillet weld is the most common weld type in steel building construction. There are various arrangements, such as:

  • Neck welds
  • Side lap welds
  • Edge welds
  • Corner welds
  • Web welds

Keywords

Fillet weld Weld seam Neck weld Web weld Edge weld Longitudinal fillet weld

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