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11/1/2006

Rotary Indexer for Ultrasonic Welding

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A new tabletop rotary indexing unit from Herrmann Ultrasonics Inc., Bartlett, Ill., is said to be a compact solution for automated or semi-automated ultrasonic welding of small parts in moderate volumes.

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A new tabletop rotary indexing unit from Herrmann Ultrasonics Inc., Bartlett, Ill., is said to be a compact solution for automated or semi-automated ultrasonic welding of small parts in moderate volumes. The self-contained unit is integrated with Herrmann's Dialog digital control or MPC(+) digital system. The indexer has a 22-in.-diam. aluminum dial plate and can be configured with two to eight stations. Rotation velocity is freely adjustable and "smart" part tracking ensures that suspected off-spec parts are not confused with good parts. The indexer can operate in fully automatic mode with a timer or in semi-automatic "jog" mode with manual actuation of a toggle switch. Hinged entry and exit doors have safety sensors that stop the indexer in case of misloaded parts.

Herrmann Ultrasonics, Inc.
1261 Hardt Circle Bartlett, IL 60103
Phone (630) 626-1626 Fax (630) 626-1627 

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