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6/1/2009

CORRECTION High-Precision Ultrasonic Welder

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WEB EXCLUSIVE Last month, 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.

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WEB EXCLUSIVE Last month, 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. It’s precision welding capabilities are aimed at medical device manufacturers, among others. The May story incorrectly stated that the system welds to a depth tolerance of ±0.003 in. The unit welds to a depth tolerance of ±0.0003 in. (203) 270-4600 * www.sonics.com

Sonics & Materials Inc.
53 Church Hill Rd. Newtown, CT 06470
Phone (203) 270-4600 Fax (203) 270-4610 

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