Sonobond has released the SonoWeld 1600 and Dual Head Spot Welders. Sonobond’s spot welders create durable bonds in a single operation that takes only seconds and employs no heat, current, fluxes or filler and produces no arcs, sparks or fumes. Instead, the units use Sonobond’s Wedge-Reed bonding system that combines high vibratory force and low amplitude coupling. By utilizing sheer mode vibration parallel to the welding surface, while the line of force is directly over the parts to be welded, precise, dependable, solid-state and highly conductive welds are created without bending stress or stalling.
The SonoWeld 1600 and Dual Head Spot Welders use outputs of 1,500 and 2,500 watts to weld non-ferrous similar or dissimilar assemblies, including copper to aluminum. Both have a power supply with a built-in microprocessor that features automatic frequency control, overload protection, and storage and recall of up to 250 weld protocols. The units also have digital displays that allow weld control to be selected by time, energy, or distance. Easily removed and replaceable heat-treated steel Taper Lock Tips can perform up to 100,000 welds. Like all Sonobond equipment, the spot welders require minimal training for operation.
To ensure that manufacturers get the spot welder that’s appropriate for their particular applications and requirements, Sonobond offers a free Ultrasonic Welding Viability Test. Potential customers provide their materials to Sonobond for no-cost, no-obligation sample welds. And our assistance doesn’t end there; if Sonobond’s equipment is incorporated into the customer’s production process, service and technical support is available before, during and after installation.