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vibration welding

vibration welding

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I'm working with a client who is considering developing a new vibration welding machine.

If you're familiar with these machines, we'd love to know:
-what features you love about it
-what you wish it would do that it doesn't

and especially HOW NOISY IS IT AND IS THAT A PROBLEM?

RE: vibration welding

Hi Iank: What are you refering to when you say vibration welding?(i.e. what frequency) What types of materials are you looking to join? what thickness? If you can provide a little more info you can probably find someone with some background in that area.

RE: vibration welding

Contact Dukane, St Charles, IL. They do everything related to plastic parts joining.

RE: vibration welding

You may want to do a search on "Sonic Welding" We use sonic welding to adhere plastic components together. It works very well.

RE: vibration welding

Dukane and Branson are the two major players in the plastics vibration or ultrasonic welding fields

Regards
pat

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