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The difference between automatic spot welding machine and ma

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The difference between automatic spot welding machine and manual spot welding machine

Lithium battery spot welding machine is a kind of lithium battery assembly and processing equipment. At present, lithium battery spot welding machine is divided into pneumatic spot welding machine, automatic spot welding machine, and manual spot welding machine.

 Let's talk about the functions of manual and automatic spot welding machines. , Because these two models are similar, they are similar.

1. First, use a barley paper  machine with 18650 lithium batteries of different attributes to paste a circle of barley paper on the surface of each lithium battery. This step is used for insulation.

2. Then put the lithium batteries into the sorting machine, the lithium batteries must be sorted through the good parameters set by the sorting machine, and sort the lithium batteries with the same parameters into the channels of the same attribute.

3. In the next step, prepare the lithium battery fixture and nickel sheet, put the nickel sheet in the fixture, and then tighten the two sides with nuts. The welding head of the spot welding machine is connected to the welding needle, the fixture filled with lithium batteries is placed on the working platform of the spot welding machine, and then the parameters of the spot welding machine are set, and the spot welding machine will adjust the lithium battery according to the set parameters. The battery is spot welded.

Manual spot welding machine: Manual spot welding machine is not so automatic, but this is not a disadvantage. Because it can weld some non-array lithium batteries. What is non-array? It is the irregular battery pack, which is not neat and has a shunt groove, use a manual spot welder because it can be controlled during welding, because the pedal is stepped to make the roller rotate, and the roller penetrates the heel and the base Connected to the manipulator, the roller can control the number of seconds for the welding head to release the current, allowing the user to get an ideal welding result. So this is also a feature of the manual spot welding machine.