Micro Welding

There is no concrete definition of what constitues a micro weld. At AMADA WELD TECH, however, in general, a resistance welding application is considered to be a “micro weld” if it has wires less than .005” diameter, or ribbons less than .004” thick, which can be welded with less than 500 Amps of current.

In laser welding applications, anything requiring less than 0.04” weld penetration is considered a micro weld.

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