How Does Spot Welding Work?


Spot wielding is a process of wielding two or more metal sheets together without the use of any filler by the application of pressure and heat obtained from resistance to the flow of an electric current.
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How Does Spot Welding Work?
Spot welding works by sending an electrical current through two metal surfaces and thereby welding the surfaces together at that spot, hence the name. Spot welding requires the use of two copper electrodes and a thorough knowledge of how the thickness... More »
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