Series spot welding machines
are a type of welding machine that is used to join two or more metal sheets or components together using a process called spot welding. In spot welding, two or more metal sheets are held together under pressure, and an electric current is passed through the sheets, causing them to fuse together at a specific point or "spot."
Series spot welding machines are named for their ability to perform a series of spot welds in quick succession. They are typically used to weld sheets or components that are made from thin or low-carbon steel, aluminum, or other non-ferrous metals.
There are several types of series spot welding machines, including:
Resistance spot welding machines: These machines use electrical resistance to heat and fuse the metal sheets together. They are typically used for welding thin sheets of metal and are suitable for a wide range of applications.
Projection spot welding machines: These machines use a projection welding process, in which the weld is made at a raised "projection" on the surface of the metal sheets. They are typically used for welding thicker sheets of metal and are well-suited for applications that require a strong, durable weld.
Seam welding machines: These machines use a rolling motion to weld the metal sheets together along a continuous "seam." They are typically used for welding long, continuous welds and are well-suited for applications that require a strong, continuous weld.
Series spot welding machines are used in a variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, and manufacturing, and they are available in a range of sizes and capabilities to suit different applications.