For larger applications requiring weld areas of hundreds of square millimeters. Actuator on integral base shown.
Most commonly used welders, suitable for a wide range of applications. Actuator on integral base shown.
For smaller applications requiring less than 800W of power. Actuator on integral base shown.
From the SmartControl power supply’s full color touchscreen, the operator can intuitively enter weld parameters, store them in the library and even recall them via the barcode reading feature. Weld results can be seen as numerical values and on the time based graphs.
Weld electrical interconnections within systems such as battery packs with the ease of using a stapler. Sonics’ new UBPW ultrasonic welder can be either hand-operated, suspended from a counterweight system (as shown), or rigid-mounted within a robotic or other type of automated system. A horizontally-oriented version is also available which may be suspended or mounted to a bench top.
Accelerates our delivery times for everything from tooling to complete systems.
Ensures optimal product and performance specs for your application requirements.
Assures customer satisfaction before, during and after the sale.
Instills ISO 9001 quality into every Sonics process and product.
Ultrasonic metal welding is used by a broad spectrum of industries. The following is a partial list of some typical applications: