ultrasonic welding


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ultrasonic welding

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(General Engineering) the use of high-energy vibration of ultrasonic frequency to produce a weld between two components which are held in close contact
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[ClickPress, Thu Mar 14 2019] Ultrasonic Welding Machine Market: Introduction All the manufacturing companies require long and sustainable economic solutions to make higher profit margins.
Courtesy of Emerson Ultrasonic welding is often chosen as the manufacturing method because it uses intermolecular stress to generate heat that melts plastic and joins parts without a separate heat source, explains Branson's Chiesa.
One is that ultrasonic welding requires the cap and container body to be of the same or similar materials.
The new automated ultrasonic welding production system recently installed uses a KUKA 6- axis robot, which operates between dual workstations with intelligent workpiece fixturing, allowing different component part types to be processed while simultaneously loading/unloading.
In the present investigation a typical pure aluminium sheets have been ultrasonically welded in similar manner through a 2-KW lateral drive ultrasonic welding machine.
Explaining, Matrix said ultrasonic welding applies precise ultra-high-speed vibrations along a seam.
In honor of the significant occasion, Herrmann Ultrasonics will launch an anniversary edition of its HiQ Medialog ultrasonic welding machine.
Ultrasonic welding of thermoplastics was studied by many researchers.
Ultrasonic welding of plastics is an intricate task.
To ensure a watertight seal between the two halves of the plastic pack enclosure during sterilization, ultrasonic welding is recommended to join plastic case surfaces.
The principle of ultrasonic welding for thermoplastic material forms the basis whereby line voltage is first converted into an ultrasonic frequency and secondly into mechanical vibrations by using the reverse piezoelectric effect.
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