A good weld can be displayed visually. The graphical representation of the welding power, joining velocity and weld force permits exact statements about the quality of the joining process.
A rapid and linear slope of the joining velocity curve (blue) is desired for even melt built-up and good, repeatable results. This avoids unnecessary loads on the part and guarantees reproducibility of the welding process.
The controlled switchover to a different weld force in mid-process, as available in the HiQ DIALOG machine, ensures the linear and smooth slope of the curve and therefore helps to optimize the weld.
Figure 07: ideal joining velocity: blue curve
Figure 08: Ultrasonic welder HiQ DIALOG for complex applications
Figure 09: Ultrasonic welder SOLID – base model with three weld modi
Figure 10: Headquarters Herrmann Ultraschall Germany
Herrmann Ultraschall with headquarters in Germany has 260 employees with subsidiaries in North America and China.
More info: www.herrmannultraschall.com