I'm very new to the spot welding world and am looking for some help. Hopefully, my questions won't sound too stupid. It appears to me that the spot weld only tends to make a weld directly between the electrodes. Is it possible to make a 1/2" long weld on a cylindrical piece of steel? To make my request more visual, say you had a piece of pipe 1" in diameter with a .150" wall. Then you would want to spot weld a 1/4" thick by 1/2" long piece of steel to it that has the same contour. Would it work if I was to make an electrode that mirrored the contours of both pieces? Thanks for the help. Kevin
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