Ultrasonic wire splicer

  • 28-Jul-2011 08:06 EDT
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The Dual-Head SpliceRite ultrasonic wire splicer from Sonobond Ultrasonics can accommodate wire bundles with cross-sectional areas of 48 to 100 mm², and it can weld tinned wires up to 60 mm², making it especially suited for assembling heavy cables for industrial machinery. The splicer has two welding heads, one on each side of the weld area. Nonferrous similar and dissimilar metals can be welded with repeated accuracy. The system creates solid-state metallurgical bonds without the need for filler materials or for clipping, soldering, crimping, or dipping. The heat-treated tool steel taper-lock tips are designed for quick tooling changes. The unit has a 3500-W power supply with a microprocessor that stores and recalls up to 250 jobs.

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