Taxonomy: Stud Welding
Stud welding attaches studs to metallic workpieces through high heat that melts the junction together.
Overview of Process
Stud welding is a special type of welding (joining by melting) that attaches studs, bolts or nuts to metallic workpieces. The stud is used as one of the electrodes in the welding process, and an electrical arc is created that melts the junction and, when cool, forms a permanent bond.
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