What is Stud Welding?
Stud welding is a powerful and reliable welding process for applying a single side fastener to a metal component, including stainless steel, mild steel, aluminium, aluminium alloy, and brass components.
There are three main stud welding processes: capacitor discharge (CD), drawn arc (DA), and short cycle (SC). Each process is suited to particular materials and provides various capabilities, but all of these processes produce impressively strong and lasting results. Stud welding can be used for a diverse range of industries, from electrical and mechanical to decorative and consumer.
Stud Welding Benefits
The benefits of Taylor Studwelding stud welder machines for industrial use include:
- Superior strength: the process produces a welded joint that is, in fact, stronger than the stud and parent material, for high-quality, reliable fastening. This form of welding does not weaken the material with holes or reverse marking.
- Minimal operator fatigue: our systems have been created to minimise operator fatigue, benefitting from balanced and lightweight designs.
- Increased profit margins: the rapid nature of welding studs and flexible applications of our machines help companies save money as well as time.
- Application Versatility: our equipment range has been designed to provide a variety of results depending on your requirements, company set-up, and budget.
Taylor Studwelding provides portable and versatile stud welding equipment, from Capacitor Discharge and Drawn Arc welding products to fully automated CNC systems. For over three decades, we have been at the forefront of the manufacture and design of stud welding products. We export our renowned and highly advanced systems worldwide. Our equipment is available for purchase or hire (hire UK only). We always have over 10,000,000 components in stock at our purpose-built UK factory complex, including a wide range of CD, DA, and Auto System accessories.
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