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Ultrasonic Soldering

Ultrasonic Soldering

Ultrasonic Soldering

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Does anyone know if Ultrasonic Soldering would be a viable option for high volume soldering of polyurethane nylon coated wire to tin plated terminals in electronic component manufacture. ( I am also interested in soldering Litz wire and Tex E)I am interested in it as an alternative to standard fluxing / solder dipping / cleaning process.
If so, could you recommend a company who would develop / have this equipment, or where I might get some more information? (This is an area I really don't know very much about)

RE: Ultrasonic Soldering

Try Branson, they make all kinds of machines for ultrasonic welding and other processes.  I believe the the website is   http:\\www.bransonultrasonic.com\
I am sure that they would be able to help you.

Edson Campos
edsoncampos@earthlink.net

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