High strength aluminum alloy 7075 was used as a hydrogen bottle material in this study. Gas tungsten arc welding was performed, and Taguchi method was applied to determine the aspect ratios of the melting area and obtain the optimal parameters and welding conditions of different locations. The solution treatment after post-weld artificial aging heat treatment, with or without weld metal and welding filler after non-heat treatment, and the mechanical properties of hardness and microstructure were also discussed. Heat treatment after welding and microhardness of the weld was increased by approximately 43%2with filler. The welded junction is a vulnerable area in hydrogen bottles, thereby posing a threat to human safety. Therefore, this study simulated the tensile strength at welding area and used different types of carbon fiber windings to improve tensile strength, which reached 520.551 kgf at 4 degrees C. With carbon fiber winding, the optimum hydraulic test results that reached 60 kgf/cm(2) were derived from a welding bottle. Comparing the bare bottle strength of 20 kgf/cm(2), the data of carbon fiber winding is three times more than the bare bottle. In the end, more studies on strength enhancement applications should be considered in the future. Copyright (C) 2015, Hydrogen Energy Publications, LLC. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.