The preferred frequency for ultrasonic assembly of medium to large size parts, also especially suitable for softer thermoplastics.
The most widely used “industry standard” frequency, suitable for welding a large range of thermoplastic materials and mid-size parts.
The frequency recently gaining popularity as an alternative to 20 or 40 kHz for cosmetic and material considerations.
The preferred frequency for delicate and small assemblies, such as those found in electronic or medical applications.
A full range of power supplies for ultrasonic welding in time, energy, and/or distance modes.
Components and kits provide maximum flexibility for systems integrators and special machinery builders for installation into automated systems.
Provides exceptional depth-of-weld control with stepper motor drive and programmable velocity stepping.
Compact, portable ultrasonic units for hand assembly operations such as spot welding, staking and inserting.
Sonics provides design and custom machining of tooling and fixtures for ultrasonic plastic welding, vibration welding, and spin welding, as well as multi-element configurations for spot welding, staking and insertion. Tool fabrication materials include aluminum, titanium, hardened steel, stainless steel and cast polyurethanes.
Linear Vibration Welding for Large or Multiple Parts
Perfect for Round or Cylindrical Parts
Sonics’ high torque spin welding machines are designed to accommodate a wide range of spherical and cylindrical applications. 2 standard PLC-controlled spin welder models are available as well as custom units for the demands of automated in-line assembly systems and long extrusions that call for horizontally oriented machines.
Weld by Heat for Complex Shapes
Sonics builds custom hot plate welding systems for joining irregularly shaped semi-crystalline and amorphous thermoplastic materials by radiant or direct contact heat. Hot plate welding is available with pneumatic, hydraulic, or servo-controlled actuation.
Heat Staking and Insertion of Single and Multiple Points
Sonics offers bench model and custom machinery for single point, multi-point or multi-plane thermal staking and inserting applications. Typical inserting applications include driving metal parts, such as a threaded brass insert, into a hollow boss opening. Typical staking applications include forming a solid boss into a rivet type head to capture or retain a secondary part.
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.