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What are bad part limits in ultrasonic welding?

Bad part limits in ultrasonic welding refer to the set of conditions or characteristics of a welded part that deem...

What is the hold time in ultrasonic welding?

The hold time in ultrasonic welding refers to the duration of time that the force is applied after the ultrasonic...

What is part marking in ultrasonic welding?

Part marking can cause issues in ultrasonic welding for several reasons. Firstly, it can indicate that the welding process is...

Why use a mylar washer in ultrasonic welding?

A Mylar washer is a type of insulating washer used in ultrasonic welding to electrically insulate the horn from the...

How do I set up process limits for ultrasonic welding?

Setting up process limits for ultrasonic welding involves establishing acceptable ranges for various welding parameters to ensure consistent and reliable...

How do I achieve consistent parts that meet customer requirements 100% of the time in ultrasonic welding?

There is the ability to produce consistent parts that meet your customers’ requirements 100% of the time by: 1) Defining...

What are bad or suspect part limits in ultrasonic welding?

When setting up your ultrasonic welding process, the best process control methodologies use limits. These limits will notify you and...

What are trigger methods in ultrasonic welding?

The trigger method in ultrasonic welding is the way in which the ultrasonic weld is activated in an ultrasonic welding...

What is gating and degating in ultrasonic welding?

Gating and degating are two important steps in the ultrasonic welding process, particularly when dealing with plastic parts. Gating refers...