Spot welders

A spot welder is an electrical device used for joining metals in welding processes. It operates by passing a high current through the metals, generating heat at the contact points. This heat fuses the metal, allowing two or more metal sheets to be welded together. The design of the device can be manual or industrial, with its size and power depending on the intended use. It is commonly used in the automotive industry, electronics, and furniture manufacturing, where quick and efficient bonding is crucial.


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