How to choose an ultrasonic welding machine correctly
The choice of ultrasonic welding machine is a very complicated issue, and many factors need to be considered at the same time. Now, let's talk about how to choose the right ultrasonic welding machine. Of course, if you really want to choose equipment, you should closely contact an ultrasonic welder expert or equipment supplier to listen to their opinions.
1. Configuration: The performance advantage of the ultrasonic welding machine depends on its configuration, so its consumption, vulnerability and product quality are very important. Choose a supplier with more than ten years of research and innovation experience, and choose an ultrasonic welding machine adjusted by a computer touch screen. The touch screen is stable and fast in adjustment, with perfect welding plastic parts and high precision.
2. Power. The power of the ultrasonic welder should be considered. Each workpiece frequency can usually have several power levels. If the working frequency is 20kHz, the power range of the ultrasonic welding machine provided by most equipment manufacturers is 1-5kw. In most cases, the required power can be determined experimentally in the laboratories of suppliers, research institutions, and universities. If it is theoretically determined that the application requirements of greater power cannot be better met, the power of the device can be determined in advance.
3. When choosing an ultrasonic welding machine, it is necessary to determine whether the weldment is suitable for penetration welding or continuous welding. In the case of sewing welded parts, most equipment manufacturers have this type of standard equipment, and they can also provide other standard rotary anvils with many patterns. Most anvils are cut, sealed and welded. If the weldment requires a very wide continuous weld (from 130px to 3050px), make sure to design special equipment.
4. Other equipment factors include control level, amplitude control, amplitude profile and memory program control capabilities. For some applications, these options can improve welding quality and density. On the other hand, testing in the application lab can help determine which options are needed. It should also be noted that for most equipment manufacturers, more options can be added to the welding equipment after purchase.