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Projection welding chrome plated carbon steel

Projection welding chrome plated carbon steel

Projection welding chrome plated carbon steel

I am looking for information and/or technical data on the projection welding of chrome plated carbon steel to non-plated carbon steel. We are looking to weld 3mm to 6mm thiick non-plated carbon steel to the end of chrome plated carbon steel rods. The rod diameter is approximately 8-10mm and tapers to a point for the projection welding process. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.


RE: Projection welding chrome plated carbon steel

We had a steel reinforcement resitance welded in two places to a chrome plated 10mm diameter head restraint bar without any problem so it can be done. Details of the process however are a little more difficult to resurrect.  

RE: Projection welding chrome plated carbon steel

Thanks for the reply. It is appreciated.

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