Using a Buffer Sheet in the Ultrasonic Welding Process

Appearances matter, and your reputation may depend on that. These days every edge in making consistently appealing and attractive parts is important. So, here’s where the idea of using a buffer sheet in the ultrasonic welding process comes in. What is a buffer sheet anyway? Basically it is a thin film – think sandwich bag… Continue Reading Using a Buffer Sheet in the Ultrasonic Welding Process

Aesthetic Assembly – The Art to Attractive Bonding

After carefully molding a beautiful product, nothing is worse than seeing it destroyed during assembly. Every joining process is capable of causing marking, flash, particulate, damage to appendages, or other aesthetic defects. However, with proper part design and processing, a finished weld can be imperceptible or even a cosmetic asset. The art to attractive bonding… Continue Reading Aesthetic Assembly – The Art to Attractive Bonding

Multiple Slit Applications – Narrow Gauge or Standard Slitting?

This question can be answered different ways but let’s discuss the difference from the two methods of Ultrasonic Narrow Gauge Slitting and Standard Ultrasonic Slitting. Narrow Gauge Slitting is when a series of Individual Slitting Modules are positioned under a Long Ultrasonic Bar Horn usually about 9” in length. Depending on the centerlines and number… Continue Reading Multiple Slit Applications – Narrow Gauge or Standard Slitting?