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4/1/2009

Hand-Held Sonic Welder With Digital Control

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Microprocessor controls on two new hand-held ultrasonic welders from Sonics & Materials Inc., Newtown, Conn., allow the devices to be set to weld with digital time and/or energy control.

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Microprocessor controls on two new hand-held ultrasonic welders from Sonics & Materials Inc., Newtown, Conn., allow the devices to be set to weld with digital time and/or energy control. The 20- and 40-kHz, 500W units are designed for spot welding, staking, and inserting. The microprocessor lets users set time from 0.1 to 9.9 sec and energy from 0 to 999,999 J. The controls also feature auto-tuning, frequency display, digital amplitude control, ultrasonic power load meter, and upper/lower weld limit settings. The 20-kHz model comes with a standard 12.5-mm, flat-faced welding tip that attaches to a driver that has a threaded end to accept other tips. The 40-kHz model comes with an 8-mm threaded front driver for horn attachment. (800) 745-1105 • 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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