SPOT Welding

Spot welding is the most commonly employed type of resistance welding. This method involves passing an electrical current through electrodes attached to two separate metal surfaces pressed together. This action generates heat that melts and fuses the pieces—forming “spot welds”—at one or more localized positions.

At MCKBILLS, we have numerous spot welding capabilities.  Our trained staff has experience in welding various types of stainless steel, stainless steel, and even aluminum. This diverse approach allows us to offer you the correct technology source for your specific spot welding application. From concept to prototypes and production parts, the team at Sterling Die & Engineering can satisfy your most demanding requirements.