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The article deals with welding of two basic, non-weldable materials: stainless steel X5CrNi 18-10 and titanium UNS N50400. Fusion welding of these basic materials is difficult because of the formation of brittle compounds which adversely affect the strength of the joint. Therefore, in the experiment, the interlayer was designed to weld the interlayer in the form of the AG104 additional material, which should make this heterogeneous weld successful. For arc welding, the TIG method was chosen. In order to avoid the adverse absorption of the gases of basic materials (especially titanium) and welding additive material, pure argon-protected welding was used. The quality of the resulting joint will be verified by a tensile test. Relief weld will be plotted graphically over the scanned 3D microscope. Also, the weld structure will be visualized by a 3D Keynes microscope image.