Ultrasonic Welding Process
Process Description

Ultrasonic welding process is the use of the high-frequency vibration wave transmitted to the surfaces of two objects to be welded and with pressure, the friction between the two surfaces are formed by the fusion between the molecular layers.

Ultrasonic metal welding advantages:

(1) the welding material does not melt, it is not fragile like metal.

(2) After welding, there is good electrical conductivity, electrical resistant is very low or almost zero.

(3) The requirements of the surface of the weld metal are low, oxidations or plating can be welded.

(4) The welding time is short, does not require any flux, gas, or solder.

(5) No welding sparks, environmentally safe.


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