Runs at up to 7000 rpm and positions part halves within 1.0 degree.
The latest series of Branson ultrasonic welders are targeted to low-power applications.
A new adhesive for polyolefins presents a bonding alternative to mechanical assembly, heat/vibration welding, or solvent welding.
Low-force version of ultrasonic welder can achieve repeatable welds with low welding forces down to 5 N.
Three German companies with North American presence will present their latest developments in laser, high-frequency, and infrared welding.
A new universal atmospheric plasma treater from Enercon Industries, Menomonee Falls, Wis., enables hand-held surface treatment of a wide variety of materials and applications.
Dukane Corp.’s Ultrasonics Div., St.
Bielomatik, Inc., New Hudson, Mich., has launched a machine that offers three different welding methods.
Customers requested enhanced process control, faster tool changes and setup, and increased speed and efficiency of the welding process.
In May, we reported that Sonics & Materials Inc., Newtown, Conn., would introduce at NPE its new e-Press ultrasonic welder, designed to provide precise, repeatable welds to the exact final dimensions of a part.