What does joining steel element entail?
Joining steel components involves bonding material together using a heated copper "electrode". There are two ways for joining elements: spot and line welding.
Spot welding is the most common method, where two steel elements are welded at separate points. Workpieces can be welded using one of three techniques: two-sided single-point welding (most common), two-sided double-point welding as well as one-sided single- and double-point welding.
Line welds entail joining along lines. This method is mainly used for joining thin sheet metals for products such as buckets.
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