Spot welding

Spot welding is a method of welding that belongs to the group of electrical resistance welding. This welding method is often used on sheet steel, where 2 electrodes are used that melt the metals locally, as it were.

The point-shaped electrodes allow a large electric current (up to 100 kiloamps) to flow through a small area to create a spot weld.

Materials: steel, stainless steel, aluminum or galvanized steel.