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30khz 800w Handheld Ultrasonic Spot Welder for Plastic Welding Equipment
.What is Ultrasonic Welding?
Ultrasonic plastic welding is the joining or reforming of thermoplastics through the use of heat generated from high-frequency mechanical motion. It is accomplished by converting high-frequency electrical energy into high-frequency mechanical motion.
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Specification: Handheld PET plastic ultrasonic spot welder
Ultrasonic spot welding is used predominantly when, for instance, flat mouldings without weld preparation (ED) have to be welded (e.g. semi-finished products, thermoformed, blow moulded, extruded and large-surface mouldings).
The tip of the sonotrode penetrates through the upper part into the lower part. Heat is produced on the contract surfaces of the mouldings, as a result of which the material is plasticised and welded. The expelled plastic flows upwards and forms a ring shaped elevation. The back of the lower part remains largely free of marks. The mouldings can be fixed appropriately by hold-downs or clamping devices. The thickness of the moulding adjacent to the sonotrode should not exceed 8 mm. Spot welding can also be carried out with a moveable ultrasonic hand welding apparatus (welding gun).
Ultrasonic spotwelding is used predominantly when, for instance, flat mouldings without weld preparation (ED) have to be welded (e.g. semi-finished products, thermoformed, blow moulded, extruded and large-surface mouldings).
The equipment used in the spot welding process consists of tool holders and electrodes. The tool holders function as a mechanism to hold the electrodes firmly in place and also support optional water hoses that cool the electrodes during welding. Tool holding methods include a paddle-type, light duty, universal, and regular offset. The electrodes generally are made of a low resistance alloy, usually copper, and are designed in many different shapes and sizes depending on the application needed.
Spot welding is a common technique for joining two pieces of metal, usually thin sheets or plates, by means of a series of small circular tack joints. The process is widely used in the automotive industry for body assembly and some chassis joints, and by other types of sheet metal fabricators as well. Spot welds are made by pressing electrodes against both sides of the parts to be joined and passing a high current through them, which momentarily creates a pool of molten metal that solidifies into a round joint known as a nugget.
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