Our SeamMaster® Ultrasonic Sewing Machine uses a rotary operation to quickly create a strong, reliable seal without glue gaps or stitch holes
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.
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.
Company's metal welders--all made in the U.S.A.--accommodate a variety of specialty applications, like the SPG 2600 wire-to-terminal welders that produce single point ground terminals that eliminate electrical noise caused by multiple ground connections
Company’s Ultrasonic Metal Welders Offer Environmentally Friendly Assembly Method for Next-Generation Energy Storage.
US-Made Ultrasonic Metal Welding Machines Offer Manufacturers Increased Productivity and Efficiency.
More than 30 Leading Manufacturers Use Sonobond Equipment to Achieve Improved Production Speed, Product Durability, Cost-Effectiveness and Compliance with Tough NIJ Standards
Sonobond’s Ultrasonic Splicing Capabilities to be Featured at the May 2015 Electrical Wire Processing Expo
Sonobond Helps Manufacturers Meet Increasing Demand for Life-Saving Protective Apparel and Disposable Medical Items
Sonobond Remains the Leading Provider of Ultrasonic Bonders as Filters Made with Synthetic Blends Gain in Usage
Lower Vibratory Amplitude and Higher Vibratory Force Provides Better Impedance Match for Successful Welding
Sonobond is recognized as a Worldwide Leader in Developing and Refining Ultrasonic Technology for Nonwoven and Woven Synthetic Materials
Even tinned wires can be ultrasonically spliced with Sonobond welders. We offer a free-of-charge, no-obligation ultrasonic welding viability test using your own materials so you can see the results before you buy the unit that's right for your application.
Attendees will see the SeamMaster™ High Profile Ultrasonic Bonder and SureCut™ 35 Ultrasonic Cutter at Booth #1371. They can also view a new multi-media presentation featuring Sonobond machines in action-including the award-winning RingMasterTM-and showing the wide variety of products assembled using the company's ultrasonic equipment.
Sample ultrasonic welds are made using materials supplied by prospective customers. Sonobond then recommends the ultrasonic metal welder that is best suited to each company’s particular application.
Sample ultrasonic bonds are made using materials supplied by prospective customers. Sonobond then recommends the appropriate ultrasonic bonding equipment to match each firm’s specific needs and requirements.
The SonoWeld® 1600 Ultrasonic Digital Metal Spot Welder and Dual Head Ultrasonic Spot Welder are ideal for attaching multiple layers of foil to battery tabs and terminals. In fact, the Dual Head is the only ultrasonic spot welder capable of welding up to 80 layers of foil with just one pulse.
Viewers can watch an ultrasonic weld being made during the 2 1/2-minute presentation. They’ll also learn that Sonobond has the only ultrasonic welding technology able to effectively accommodate wire bundles that are tinned or oxidized.
The SeamMasterTM High Profile ultrasonic sewing machine produces water-tight seams so body armor meets NIJ submersion requirements.