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Larry Jeffus
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What can be used to produce the force needed to hold the work together for resistance welds?

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The system which can be used to produce the force.

Explanation

Resistance welding-Resistance welding is a type of spot or seam welding in which welding can be done by the electrical residence between the surfaces of the parts or by the fusion between the parts surface in which welding can be done.

In a Resistance welding process, the heat generated between the parts by the electrical resistance between the parts surfaces. For the welding of material by using Resistance welding vary low voltage and high amperage current is required, because in low voltage and high amperage current Resistance welds are form.The below figure represents the schematic diagram of mechanical system which can be used to produce the force needed to hold the work together for resistance welds.

  

  Figure-(1)

Resistance welding is used for small welding purposes, because the Resistance welding is done by the electrical residence generated between the surfaces and this is very small...

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