Resistance Welding / Projection Welding
Resistance and projection welding use time and pressure to form a weld joint. There is no arc used in this process. Electrode "pinch" the joint together. Electrical current is then passed through this joint. The pressure applied reduces the resistance at that joint and it causes the joint to get hot. The combination of heat and pressure causes the two pieces to fuse together.
There is no arc involved. Often time pieces can be more precisely located due to pilot holes in the substrate. No flux, gas or filler metal is required.
Often used on sheet metal to sheet metal welding as in automotive assembly. Used with projection fasteners, often with a pilot for quick, accurate location.
Building lasting bonds since 1976.
Providing superior stud welding and stud welder parts and equipment isn't enough. We also strive to deliver better service and unmatched expertise. And that's exactly what we've been doing for more than 40 years.Read About Our History