Mash stitch welding, Mechanical Engineering

Mash stitch welding

An overlap of about 1.15 mm is kept and then the plates are squeezed flash by application of pressure at hot condition.  Mash stitch welding is used in the fabrication of truss doors, filler cap, one piece blanks, etc. Special electrodes are designed for the shape of the jobs.

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