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  • Ultrasonic Plastic Cutter

      * The amplitude of the cutter is greatly increased compared with traditional   type, which increases the sharpness of the cutter.   * Simultaneous welding of the cutting edge of plastic part, could avoid the issues of flash.   * It is possible to cu...
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  • How Ultrasonic Food Cutting Works and Why You Should Consider It

    Ultrasonic food cutting is a process utilizing knives that vibrate at high frequency. Applying ultrasonic vibration to a cutting tool creates a nearly frictionless cutting surface which provides many benefits. This low friction cutting surface can slice a multitude of food products cleanly and wi...
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  • History Of Ultrasonic Welding

    Ultrasonic welding is an industrial technique whereby high-frequency ultrasonic acoustic vibrations are locally applied to workpieces being held together under pressure to create a solid-state weld.It is commonly used for plastics and metals,and especially for joining dissimilar materials.In ultr...
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  • Several points to pay attention to during ultrasonic welding

    1. Get out of the misunderstanding of ultrasonic welding: How much oscillation frequency, output power, amplitude range, etc. are used depends on factors such as the wire area of the workpiece, the material, whether the workpiece is airtight, whether it is airtight, or whether it is a component. ...
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  • How to detect the quality of ultrasonic transducers?

    Ultrasonic transducers are the heart of ultrasound products, and electromechanical devices are especially important. It converts the high-frequency high-voltage power supplied from the electric box into high-frequency mechanical vibration, and the power output can reach several kilowatts at most,...
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  • Ultrasonic welding has advantages over traditional processes

    Ultrasonic welding has advantages over traditional processes

    First, the principle of ultrasonic welding: Ultrasonic welding machine converts electrical energy into ultrasonic energy (that is, high-frequency mechanical vibration energy whose frequency exceeds the hearing threshold of the human ear) through the ultrasonic transducer...
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