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Weld (something) with the edges overlapping.
A weld made with the edges overlapping.
- ‘Recently, they've developed what's called the MIG Force push-pull write Feed system that is specifically designed to facilitate aluminum MIG welding - as in providing the means to make lap welds at 5 m/min and fillet laps at 2 m/min.’
- ‘The remote laser welding system is capable of producing butt, fillet, and lap welds.’
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