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.
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.
The students used the SeamMasterTM High Profile ultrasonic “sewing machine” to develop original 3-D surface designs for blouses and tops. With the Sonobond machine enabling students to streamline cutting, embossing and creating other decorative effects normally achieved through traditional time- and labor-intensive methods, the results were spectacular.
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.
The Editorial staff selected Sonobond's custom-tooled SonoWeld 1600 as one of the top wire harness and cable connector products of the year.
The company has two ultrasonic bonders that are ideal for helping to assemble body armor that must comply with tough NIJ standards. Those attending the SHOT Show are invited to learn more by visiting Sonobond at Booth #14679 in the Sands Expo & Convention Center, January 15-18.
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 Company's ultrasonic assembly machinery is used for a wide variety of filtration applications in the automotive, airline, food, paper, pharmaceutical, air & water filtration, liquid absorption, agricultural, petroleum, and environmental fields. The equipment operates four times faster than sewing machines and ten times faster than adhesive machines, is easy to operate and requires minimal training.
Forty percent of the booms used by BP in the Gulf Oil Spill were manufactured by Supply Pro of Houston, Texas. The inner polypropylene socks of these booms are assembled using SeamMaster™ SM86 High Profile bonders. These ultrasonic sewing machines create reliable seams that are strong enough to support an eight- or ten-fold increase in weight due to oil absorption.
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.
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