Seam welding shares many core principles with resistance spot welding. Electricity, pressure, and time are used in conjunction to weld metals together. Instead of caps, however, there are wheels that rotate as the metals pass between them. This process can be controlled to produce individual spot welds in a line, overlapping welds, or continuous welds. This traditional joining technique is used in applications such as the assembly of fuel tanks in the automotive industry.
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