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Utra Sonic Welding

Utra Sonic Welding

Utra Sonic Welding

(OP)
Does anyone know what thermoplastics I should consider to weld onto fabrics using a hand held ultra sound welder at 20khz-40khz low amplitude?

I've heard two different answers for polyuretahne film adn am unsure about this material.

Thank you in advance.

RE: Utra Sonic Welding

(OP)
Is doing this even possible?

RE: Utra Sonic Welding

Ultrasonic welding of plastics never worked worth a crap for me.

Okay, maybe I was holding my tongue wrong, but I did _everything_ the ultrasonic vendors said to do, and it still didn't meet my expectations.

If you haven't actually paid for the welder yet, consider buying a turnkey system, with a money- back guarantee.

Mike Halloran
Pembroke Pines, FL, USA

RE: Utra Sonic Welding

(OP)
LOL! Thanks for the warning Mike.

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