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Why use stitch welding?

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Stitch welding, also known as a Staggard welding, is the process of welding to base materials in many short sections. This process gives a weld less strength, but usually keeps the material from warping too much since you use half as much heat. When
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( ′stich ′weld·iŋ ) (metallurgy) A series of spaced spot resistance welds.
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