You can’t weld two slice of wood together, right? It’s simply impossible to melt wood and then append it to another slouse of wood, or so we contemplate. Thanks to a process called linear friction, this previously unimaginable prospect is now a reality. Friction welding is the process of welding two objectives together by producing heat through mechanical friction. It has a number of industrial purposes for welding metals and plastics, but now that we know the process “ve been working on” wood the already incredible the capacity of this interpretation procedure have expanded even further. From constructing houses to sofas, we’re looking forward to seeing what friction welding brings to the world of woodworking.