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spot-weld
Pronunciation: /ˈspɑtˌwɛld/

Translation of spot-weld in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • soldar por puntos
    Example sentences
    • She planted the stack on the floor, casually but deliberately forcing it six inches into the ground, then repositioned the hood, spot-welding it to its support.
    • Another approach is to take a thin-wall tube and just use a sleeve you slide over it and then spot-weld it in place before hydroforming.
    • Gates should be of heavy construction, with hinge pins spot-welded to prevent easy removal.

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