How Much Do You Know About the Application Range of Servo Ultrasonic Welding?

With the innovation and development of science and technology, science and technology continue to improve, and its technological progress in the industrial field has become increasingly significant, especially important breakthroughs have been made in automation, intelligence, etc. Industrial equipment can complete various tasks quickly and accurately and realize automated production, greatly improving production efficiency and capacity. Servo ultrasonic welding is being used more and more, so the market demand for Lingke servo ultrasonic welding machines is also growing.


The principle of Lingke servo ultrasonic welding machine
Ultrasonic welding uses an ultrasonic electric box to convert the mains power into a high-frequency and high-voltage signal, and then converts it into a high-frequency mechanical vibration through the transducer system. The vibration acts on the welded plastic material, passing through the surface of the plastic product and between the molecules. Friction increases the temperature transmitted to the interface. When the temperature reaches the melting point of the product itself, the interface of the plastic product melts rapidly, and then fills the gaps between the interfaces. When the vibration stops, the product is cooled and shaped under a certain pressure at the same time. The welding effect is achieved.

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Servo ultrasonic welding and its application range

Medical Industry: Because servo ultrasonic welding does not involve adhesives or generate dust, it can be used on a variety of “clean” medical products, including catheters, dialysis tubing, masks, air filters, and plastic textile garments, among others.

Packaging Industry: Servo ultrasonic welding machine is often used to seal containers, blister packs and cartons as it can form a strong bond.

Automotive industry: Servo ultrasonic welding machines are used to assemble large plastic and electronic components, including door panels, instrument panels, steering wheels, air ducts, interior interiors, and engine parts.

Aerospace industry: Servo ultrasonic welding is suitable for the welding of medium-sized components in the aerospace and automotive manufacturing industries.

Electronics Industry: Thousands of different electronic components can be successfully joined together by ultrasonic welding where other forms of welding are not suitable.

Lingke Ultrasonics is the first domestic company to master servo-controlled pressure ultrasonic welding technology and has strong technical strength. Lingke Ultrasonic has been committed to the research and development, manufacturing and digestion of high-end performance ultrasonic plastic welding equipment. Swiss technology has 30 years of experience in this industry. Its professional technical team has many years of experience in R&D, design and maintenance. If you encounter problems in ultrasonic welding, For related questions, please consult online. For more details, please discuss.



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