Every company should have these two important tools:
- The first required tool is a weld force gauges (visit our page on Weld Force Gauges).
- The second required tool is a weld checker (see links below).
The weld checker can be used as a set up tool, or as a diagnostic tool to measure weld cycles and secondary weld current. It can also be used as an in-process tool. On select models, by setting high and low limits for weld time and secondary current, the unit can generate a reject signal if those weld parametes go outside preset min. / max settings.
- Click to better understand the effects of low weld current
- Click to better understand the effects of high weld current