This welding process involves continuous mechanical feeding of a wire. A plasma arc is produced between the wire and the workpiece.
This technique is used for reasonably thick to thick steel and stainless steel.
For this welding process, welding filler material is manually added to the weld pool.
This technique is used for thin steel, stainless steel and aluminium.
A spot weld joins two pieces of metal together. To achieve this, the spot welding machine produces a current surge via two copper electrodes.
Spot welding is the quickest and cheapest way to weld together metal sheets up to a thickness of 6 mm.
A stud welding machine mounts nut and bolts varying in size from M3 to M12 on sheet metal.