Ultrasonic Welders

In ultrasonic welding, high-frequency vibrations are applied to two parts or layers of material by a vibrating tool, commonly called a “horn or sonotrode.” Welding occurs as the result of heat generated at the interface between the parts or surfaces. This technique is fast, efficient, non-contaminating and requires no consumables. In addition to welding, ultrasonic processes can be used to insert, stake, stud weld, degate, and spot weld thermoplastics as well as seal, slit, and laminate thermoplastic films and fabrics. Ultrasonic components can be easily integrated into automated systems.

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Branson’s 2000X Series ultrasonic assembly systems are available in multiple control modes: time, energy, peak power, collapse and absolute distance, and that can be directly mounted into electrical enclosures, and custom converters.
Branson’s 2000 series ultrasonic assembly systems including hand-held welders, power supplies, and integrated welding systems.
The DCX series of power supply represents Branson latest innovation in ultrasonic power technology. The product was developed with the end user in mind.
The LPX platform of low power ultrasonic systems is Branson’s latest offering for applications with power requirements of 550 Watts or less, with patented circuitry providing maximum process control.
For all its flexibility and versatility, most ultrasonic production is done using two basic modes of operation - plunge or continuous - with variations depending on the application.

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