ultrasonic bonding


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ultrasonic bonding

[¦əl·trə′sän·ik ′bänd·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Bonding of two identical or dissimilar metals by mechanical pressure combined with a wiping motion produced by ultrasonic vibration.
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Karlsbad, Germany-based Herrmann Ultrasonics, which supplies ultrasonic bonding technology to machinery builders and end users, recently developed a new and automated ultrasonic assembly line--with complete ultrasonic laminating and sealing steps--for a new and patented abdominal swab called texart by Portuguese medical producer BastosViegas.
The company also has plunge-welding systems in pneumatic and servo-controlled versions for performing stationary ultrasonic bonding.
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Additionally, it works well with post-processing steps such as ultrasonic bonding, spin welding, adhesive bonding, and heat staking.
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This project will focus on the collective development of novel ultrasonic bonding equipment and innovative stretch fibers for the construction of stretch laminates, without the use of hot melt elastic attachment adhesives.
To ensure that Sonobond's equipment satisfies specific requirements, it offers a free, no-obligation ultrasonic bonding viability test to produce sample assemblies with companies' nonwoven or synthetic fabrics.
Aurizon Ultrasonics has entered into an exclusive license agreement with CERA France to enable the manufacture and sale of its patented rotary ultrasonic bonding technology to secure elastic strands into nonwoven structures used in articles such as diapers and adult incontinence undergarments.