Spin Welding, also referred to as rotary friction
welding, is the joining technology of choice when
assembling cylindrical shaped thermoplastic parts.
While spin welding works with all thermoplastics,
and can accommodate virtually any size diameter part,
it is specially suited for parts made of semi-crystalline
materials, as well as assemblies requiring significant
tooling relief because of their particular geometry.
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Our linear vibration welders are designed for assembling
large and/or irregular shaped thermoplastic parts
up to 48"L x 22"W x 22"D, or for assembling
multiple small parts simultaneously. It welds virtually
all thermoplastic materials, whether injection molded,
extruded, formed or thermoformed, as well as dissimilar
materials (with compatible melting points), materials
with fillers, and composite materials and fabrics.
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Featuring full programmable control of temperature
and cycle time, our Hot Plate Plastic Welder provides
unparalleled precision and consistency across a broad
spectrum of manufacturing applications. Hot plate
welding produces seals as strong as the welded materials.
It welds both small and medium size parts, as well
as multiple parts produced by injection molding, blow
molding and extrusion. And since there is no relative
motion between the joining parts, complex shapes such
as curves can be readily welded.