Spot Welding

Often used for fusing together thinner sheets of metals like stainless steel, mild steel and aluminium. Spot welding is a core part of our capabilities at ADS Laser Cutting.

Spot Welders of Stainless Steel, Mild Steel and Aluminium

Through years of collective experience along with continuous investment, our team of metal welders and fabricators are highly skilled. Areas include MIGTIG and also Spot welding. Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding is a technique often used in the sheet metal fabrication industry.

At ADS Laser Cutting, our team of metal welders and fabricators have the capabilities and skillset to spot weld and seam weld a range of materials. Whether this is for a high volume of component parts or one-off bespoke projects.

Spot welding is a form of resistance welding which works through conductive heating created by an electrical current. This is achieved by positioning two copper alloy electrodes in between two pieces of metal, before passing an electrical current through the electrodes. Which then creates concentrated heat, which in turn melts the metal. The melted metal fuses the two pieces together in that spot.

Spot welding is typically used on metals between 0.5mm – 3.0mm thick, on materials such as Stainless Steel, Mild Steel and Aluminium, among others.

Large fabrication bay

Our newly purchased and re-developed Fox’s site provides us with 87,000 square feet of manufacturing. This allows us to increase our capabilities across laser cutting, forming, fabrication, powder coating and assembly, before delivering your finished project anywhere in the UK.

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