Ultrasonic welding technology is suited for basic consumer products with short product life cycles. The welding process takes less than a second. The ultrasonic welding process needs little maintenance and is environmentally friendly because no solvents or cements are required.
With the ultrasonic process, you can weld, shape, rivet, flange, embed or spot weld.
Linear vibration welding is a process that produces heat through the mechanical friction between a linear moving work piece and a stationary component. After a sufficient melted bond is created, the linear vibration is stopped.
With linear vibration welding, the plastic solidifies and forms a permanent bond. Nearly all thermoplastic, glass-filled, and fibre-reinforced material can used in this process.
In orbital vibration welding, materials are placed in contact and put under pressure. When an external force is applied, the parts are vibrated through relatively small displacement amplitude, typically at 0.75 mm for a frequency of vibration of 200 Hz in the plane of the joint.
Our specialists in orbital vibration welding ensure the optimal configuration and design of the holding fixtures. The electronic equipment of our vibration welding systems is modern, reliable, and user friendly.
Our laser welding systems are based on passing laser radiation through one plastic component and absorbing the energy at the weld interface. The major breakthrough in laser welding technology is the ability to light up the entire welding surface simultaneously.
Because we recognizing that laser welding is becoming one of the most anticipated means of joining plastics, we are constantly updated our machinery and product lines to meet the demand.
B2B Products and Services
- Equipment - Packaging
- Infrared Welding
- Laser Welding
- Linear Vibraton Welding
- Orbital Vibration Welding
- Plastic - Welding Machinery
- Ultrasonic Welding
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Last Updated: 21-Dec-2012