Sonobond in the News
Sonobond's team of technical experts is constantly improving and updating our product line to meet changing customer requirements.
For example, our SonoWeld® and our SpliceRite™ welders can process tin-coated wires and terminals-and they're the ONLY ultrasonic welders with this capability! Our equipment efficiently replaces soldering with a method that is faster and has better electrical conductivity.
Click on the SonoWeld® or SpliceRite™ pages, under Welders/Bonders section, for more information.
Our Ultrasonic Dual Head Spot Welder, equipped with special tooling, can weld heavy wires up to 80 sq. mm. cross sectional area without fracturing the terminal and achieves a higher strength weld than competitors' equipment.
Bolstered by Sonobond's participation in the China International Battery Industry Fair and their new China-based sales agent, the Company's ultrasonic battery assembly equipment is now being used by several Chinese manufacturers.
Manufacturers of outdoor-use protective coverings find Sonobond's ultrasonic leak-free seaming machines repel incursion and damage from pervasive environmental contaminants.
Company's SpliceRiteTM Ultrasonic Wire Splicer will be demonstrated at the National Electrical Wire Processing Technology Expo in Milwaukee, WI, May 10-11, in Booth #1548.
Visit FILTRATION 2016 (Philadelphia, November 8-10), Booth # 620 to Learn About Sonobond’s Versatile Bonding Equipment for Assembling Filters and Filtration Products Without Using Thread, Glue, or Other Consumables
US-made ultrasonic welders provide economical, eco-friendly assembly method for next-generation energy storage.
Canadian manufacturer of protective vests for worker dogs uses SeamMaster® High Profile Ultrasonic Sewing Machine.
Increased trade show participation parallels expected spike in demand for innovative energy storage.
Patrol-Swat vests for worker dogs are assembled with the SeamMaster® High Profile Ultrasonic Sewing Machine to ensure seams in the inner nylon shell are perfectly fused and impervious to moisture.
Sonobond's metal welding technology has been developing alongside the growing number of increasingly complex electronic components, especially those in the automotive industry.
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