We have been providing ultrasonic welding services in-house for over 12 years and have built up a lot of experience with the process and is the ideal solution for joining plastic injection moulded parts together.
Ultrasonic welding is a great process which creates strong and very neat weld seams without the use of solvents, adhesives or external heat. It is a very popular choice for joining plastic injection moulded parts together to create a strong finished product, which is why as a plastic injection moulding company we have chosen to specialise in this welding technique.
Our ultrasonic plastic welding facilities include 4 ultrasonic welding machines. Three of our machines have a 1500-Watt capacity and our newest ultrasonic welding machine has a capacity to 4000 Watts which allows us to weld large areas requiring high power.
If you are looking to create a product made up of various plastic injection moulded parts then ultrasonic welding could be a really good option. Please get in touch with us to find out more.
Read on to find out more about ultrasonic welding, the processes involved and the advantages for choosing ultrasonic welding below.
Ultrasonic welding uses high-frequency sound waves and pressure to bond plastics together to create a fully assembled product. The high frequency vibrations generate heat energy between the two parts which causes the materials to melt and bond with each other which creates a strong weld once cooled.
Ultrasonic assembly is widely accepted and is used in the automotive, medical, electrical and electronic, communications, appliance, consumer products, toys, textile and packaging industries. It is an economical process that can significantly increase production and lower assembly costs.
There are many advantages to using ultrasonic welding for your product assembly. It is a fast, clean, efficient and repeatable process that produces strong, integral bonds between parts whilst consuming very little energy. Other advantages include:
If you are looking for a plastic injection moulder who can provide ultrasonic welding to assemble your plastic products and parts, then get in touch with us to see how we can help.