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Ultrasonic Welding Joint Design – Basic Considerations

Posted by Andrzej Adamek on Aug 22, 2017 11:51:57 AM


Prior to deciding on the joint design for a particular material/component, it is necessary to have an appreciation of the factors which determine the specific type of equipment to be used.

What then are the parameters that need to be considered when proposing ultrasonic welding for an assembly?

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CEMAS Welding Equipment – All You Need To Know

Posted by Andrzej Adamek on Feb 17, 2017 4:14:13 PM

One of the leading plastic welding machine manufacturers in the world is CEMAS. Based in Carmgnola, Italy, this company has been producing thermoplastic welding equipment since 1982. This company is on the radar of many a design engineer, and for good reason; CEMAS have been pioneering the vibration welding world for over thirty years. At Xfurth we are proud to be official UK distribution partners for CEMAS, covering sales, service and support of all offered thermoplastic welding technologies.

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5 Misconceptions About Vibration Welding Equipment

Posted by Andrzej Adamek on Jan 17, 2017 10:15:07 AM

The vibration welding of plastic components has been around for several decades, and is a proven, flexible and efficient process for joining thermoplastic components. Still, many misconceptions about vibration welding equipment abound. This article will attempt to clarify some of the most common misunderstandings.

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Two Ways To Reduce Dust During Vibration Welding

Posted by Andrzej Adamek on Jan 6, 2017 12:19:48 PM

Vibration welding is a cost-effective thermoplastic welding process that works well in a variety of circumstances. A vibration welding machine horizontally vibrates the faces of two components together under a constant pressure to produce friction and thus heat. It is this heat that creates the weld that joins the two parts together. Vibration welding allows for precise control over the amount of frictional movement produced (amplitude), giving accurate and repeatable results. It is therefore the preferred welding method for many components, from small or curved through to large automotive components of a complex geometry.

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How CEMAS Welding Equipment Can Help Increase Work Efficiency

Posted by Andrzej Adamek on Oct 31, 2016 2:00:00 PM


At Xfurth we are proud to be the official UK supply partner for CEMAS Ellettra, one of the world’s leading producers of vibration welding machines. CEMAS vibration welders have an enviable reputation in the manufacturing sector, and for good reason. Their designs are compact, efficient and cost-effective; guaranteed to help you increase work efficiency on your production line. 

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