The Ultrasonic welding of plastics uses high frequency sound waves to create frictional heat between thermoplastic materials.
Heat stacking machines are beneficial when joining two parts that consist of different material which cannot normally be ultrasonically welded.
Heat Insertion is a process where in a heated thermal tip embeds a metal insert into a plastic application. Used for assembly of metal parts with plastic parts permanent. Such parts used in automotive for fasting with metal parts in Vehicles.
Infrared welding is the process of joining plastic components with the use of electric quartz glass infrared emitters.
Our presses can be operated both by hand and by our power packs i.e. manually to hydraulic presses, which are operated by our hydraulic power packs. Our team of highly qualified and skilled engineers as constantly come out with several innovations to ensure the efficiency of our hydraulic presses.
Today, this concept is in wide use in Japan. Toyota Motor Corporation, whose production system Shingo help design, averages twelve poka-yoke devices. Per machine in their manufacturing plants, thus validating the concept as beneficial to industry.