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Ultrasonic Welding Process| Ultrasonic Welding Design Guide | How Ultrasonic Welding Works

Making of Ultrasonic Weld: Although the theoretical method of manufacturing an ultrasonic weld is uncomplicated, the interactions of the varied weld parameters are vital and may be understood. When manufacturing an ultrasonic weld, there are 3 primary variables that interact; They are: • TIME the period of applied ultrasonic vibration • AMPLITUDE the longitudinal displacement…

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Ultrasonic Welding Machine | Ultrasonic Plastic Welding | Ultrasonic Welding Basics

Ultrasonic Welding: Ultrasonic welding is represented as a friction welding method, where oxides and other contaminants present on the material surfaces are broken up and also the components to be welded are brought together under simultaneous pressure. Molecular bonding, just like the conventional cold-press welding, then takes place. Ultrasonic welding is the conversion of high…

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Ultrasonic Welding Technology | Ultrasonic Welding Frequency Range | Ultrasonic Welding Applications

Ultrasonic Welding: The human ear can hear mechanical vibrations in the frequency range of 16 Hz to 16 KHz. Inaudible frequencies below 16 Hz are known as infrasound and those between 16 KHz and 100 GHz are known as ultrasound. Frequencies above 100 GHZ are known as hyper sound. The process is “green” in that…

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Bearings | Types Of Bearings | Bearings Online

BEARINGS A bearing is a machine element that constrains relative motion between moving parts to only give the desired motion. The design of bearing may be provide for free linear movement of the moving parts or free rotation around a fixed axis or it may prevent motion by controlling the vectors of normal forces that…

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History Of Laser Welding | Laser Light Beam

Laser History: The principle of stimulated emission and the quantum-mechanical fundamentals have been presented by Einstein in the year 1917. After the stimulated emission theory, realization of MASER (Microwave Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation) by Towens of Columbia University and Prokhorov and Basov of Moscow University combine receive the noble prize in the field…

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LASER Technology | Properties Of A LASER Beam

LASER Beam Properties: Laser is a powerful source of light having extraordinary properties which aren’t found within the traditional light sources like incandescent lamps, mercury vapour lamps, etc. the unique property of laser is that its light waves travel to a terrible distances with little or no divergence. Just in case of a standard source…

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LASER Beam Welding | LASER Cutting System

Laser Beam Welding: Definition: Laser beam welding is a welding process that uses a laser beam to melt and vaporizes a material. LASER (Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation) beams are very high energy density electromagnetic beams which are highly coherent, monochromic and unidirectional. Power of LASER: For example, a LASER can give a…

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Pressure Thermite Welding | Thermite Welding Process

Pressure Thermit Welding: Pressure thermit welding is a process in which the heat produced by the thermit reaction is utilized only for heating the ends of the pieces to be joined, while the actual joint formation occurs by solid pressure welding. History of Thermit welding: In 1893 Hans Goldschmidt of Germany began to experiment with…

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CAD Welding | CADWELL Thermite Welding | Exothermic Welding

Cad welding / Cadwell thermit welding process: Cad welding or Cadwell Welding process is a modification of the simple thermit welding process (exothermic welding process) in which controlled reduction of copper oxide and aluminium is used to produce molten copper and aluminium oxide slag. Exothermic is a chemical term describing a chemical reaction which gives…

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Thermit Welding | Rail Alumino–Thermic Welding | Thermite Welding Procedure

Thermit welding steps: Various steps involved in the non pressure fusion thermit welding of metal parts is explained below. The mold is non-repetitive in nature and is used for repair welds. 1. Clean the joint: An oxy-acetylene torch may be used to clean the metal surfaces by heating. During cleaning all dirt, grease, loose oxides,…