We are sure the suitable ultrasonic welder is existing in our various models!
Electric actuator provides precise and stable plastic welding. e-Press series
Sonicsf20 and 40 kHz e-Press ultrasonic plastics assembly systems feature a stepper motor drive with optical linear encoder that provides superior precision control with a weld depth tolerance of +/-0.008 mm.
Electric stepper motor with ball screw actuator assures repeatable welds to pre-set final weld requirements.
Integrated welder for plastic assembly. X-press series
We provide new 20 kHz X-Press integrated welder, an all-in-one super-rigid ultrasonic press that combines power, versatility and microprocessor control in one convenient unit.
The most versatile ultrasonic plastic wleder. 20kHz Ultrasonic Plastic Welders
The most widely used gindustry standardh frequency, suitable for welding a large range of thermoplastic materials and mid-size parts.
Suitable for welding of small delicate plastic parts. 40kHz Ultrasonic Plastic Welders
The preferred frequency for delicate and small assemblies, such as those found in electronic or medical applications.
For large plastic parts and crystalline materials. 15kHz Ultrasonic Plastic Welders
The preferred frequency for ultrasonic assembly of medium to large size parts, also especially suitable for softer thermoplastics.
The most reliable heart of ultrasonic welder GX Series Ultrasonic Power Supply
GX-Series Power Supplies offer a range of available power from 400 to 4500 watts for our ultrasonic welding presses and actuators in the 40 kHz, 20 kHz and 15 kHz frequencies.
Ultrasonic Components for using in automated system. OEM Components
Components and kits provide maximum flexibility for systems integrators and special machinery builders for installation into automated systems.
Our tools are designed by the state-of-the-art computer analyse technology and our abundant experience. Ultrasonic Welding Tools
Our ultrasonic horns are designed with an FEA (Finite Element Analysis) simulation program that allows our engineers to observe the vibratory action of the horn prior to fabrication.