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Soaring prospects: The aerospace industry at COMPOSITES EUROPE 2017

From 19 to 21 September 2017, the exhibitors at COMPOSITES EUROPE in Stuttgart will be showcasing deployment possibilities for CFRP and other composite materials in the aerospace industry.

Large sonotrodes: pushing the limits

Three-dimensional joining of large parts is often difficult to implement.

K 2016: Premiere of the intelligent and network-ready ultrasonic generator

With the new automation ultrasonic generator AMG, machine builder Herrmann Ultraschall takes the next step in digital manufacturing and towards the smart factory of the future.

High-speed welding of large-format parts

The new GLX-3 Laser Welders from Branson Ultrasonics delivers clean, high speed laser welding of large-format plastic parts with more complex geometries.

K 2016: Wobbling at the LPKF booth

LPKF is presenting a brand new technology on booth E04 in Hall 11 at K show 2016.

Fast joining of instrument clusters using ultrasonics

With ultrasonics it is possible to solve a variety of joining tasks for instrument clusters.

LPKF presents a broad product range at Fakuma

LPKF Laser Welding, the specialist for laser plastic welding, is showcasing a broad-based product portfolio at the Fakuma.

Function integration in ultrasonic welding

The ultrasonic welding machine interconnects all auxiliary functions and creates interfaces.

The new Herrmann HiQ MPW ultrasonic punching/sealing machine

New solution of Herrmann Ultraschall saves material and steps in the production process.

New tech center for Herrmann Ultrasonics

In November the company opens in Katowice a laboratory for applications which can be ultrasonically welded.

Ultrasonic Welding of complex 3D-automotive parts with class A surfaces

Herrmann Ultraschall uses ultrasonic welding for joining the elements of daytime running lights.

Welding instead of clipping in the automotive sector

The ultrasonic welding specialist Hermann has introduced a solution for ultrasonic welding of cable ducts for flat conductors. Advantages: Better rigidity, easier assembly and minimization of noise (Image 1: Headliner with cable channel)


Short cycle times determine the rhythm of modern production, hence fast and economic assembly processes are needed. This explains the rise and success of the ultrasonic welding technology in recent years. The advantage: within seconds a high-strength, gas-and watertight bond is produced without any additives. Herrmann Ultraschall from Germany has been a specialist in ultrasonic welding equipment for nearly five decades.




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