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What are bad or suspect part limits in ultrasonic welding?

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When setting up your ultrasonic welding process, the best process control methodologies use limits. These limits will notify you and highlight the bad and suspect parts before it is too late. Using process control limits in ultrasonic welding will save time, money and frustration.

Bad Parts

Bad part weld results mean the parts do not meet the expected, predetermined requirements. The welder should terminate the cycle once a bad part limit is achieved.

Suspect Parts

Suspect parts weld results that are considered good yet falling outside the acceptable (cpk) range. This is an early warning that the process or parts are changing.

Contact Trinetics Group at 321-622-8584 to see if we can assist you with setting up process limits in ultrasonic welding for your products or machine.

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