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3/1/2007

Ultrasonic Welder Boasts Space-Saving Design

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More details are available on the new X-Press 20-kHz integrated ultrasonic welder introduced at NPE 2006 by Sonics & Materials Inc., Newtown, Conn.

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More details are available on the new X-Press 20-kHz integrated ultrasonic welder introduced at NPE 2006 by Sonics & Materials Inc., Newtown, Conn. The unit features a press with a built-in microprocessor that eliminates the need for a separate power supply. The press features a single-piece, cast-aluminum base, heavy-duty steel column, and easy-access, front-panel pneumatic and microprocessor controls. It comes in 1200 watts (Model XP-1200) and 2200 watts (Model XP-2200) and offers digital welding control by time and/or constant energy. It also features digital amplitude control and horn/stack frequency display. Tel: (203) 270-4600 . www.sonics.biz

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

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