Stitch welding, Mechanical Engineering

Stitch Welding

This is a variation of spot welding, in which a series of overlapping spot welds are made in the same manner as stitching cloth. Stitch welding may be performed with a normal spot welding machine or with a specially designed one, which automatically makes spot welds in a continuous series.

 

 

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