Spin Welders

Spin welding is a process that joins circular thermoplastic parts by bringing the part interfaces together, under pressure, with a circular, spinning motion. One part is held stationary in a fixture, while the other is rotated against it under pressure. The frictional heat that is generated causes the part interfaces to melt and fuse together, creating a strong, hermetic seal.

The Branson Model SW-300 is a precision servo-driven spin welding system capable of welding circular joint interface parts with accurate control and highly consistent results.
Customzied and standard part fixturing/tooling for vibration, hot plate, spin, infrared, and laser welding. Applications development and prototyping suited to specific program needs.