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.
The SeamMaster™ High Profile ultrasonic sewing machine produces seams that are so perfectly fused and sealed that they can be used to comply with OSHA regulations for barrier seams — without using thread, glue, or other consumables.
Sonobond's SeamMaster™ High Profile ultrasonic sewing machine has proven to be a reliable, cost-effective addition to the production line of Velcon Filters, Inc.
Lake Cable LLC manufactures wire and cable assemblies for the power generation, energy distribution, building automation and fire systems industries. Its new SonoWeld metal welder features a custom anvil slide assembly, as well as a modified frame, which accommodates materials up to 4.5 inches wide.
These powerful units were developed in an Advanced Technology Program with Ford Motor Company and are highly effective for welding large, aluminum parts. They permit more travel between the tip and anvil, have a deeper throat and can be operated by a robot arm.
The Sonobond® Weldmaster™ and Tube Terminator™ earn the praise of TPI Corporation for quality metal welding and reliable performance.
Demand is increasing for West Chester, PA-based Sonobond Ultrasonics’ textile bonding and converting equipment used in the filtration industry. Known as the SeamMasterTM series, these ultrasonic units have been reconfigured for specific applications in the assembly of industrial and commercial filtration devices.
J&M Products Reports Outstanding Results with SpliceRite™ Wire Splicers.
Most wiring harness manufacturers, especially those in the automotive harness industry, have come to recognize the important advantages of ultrasonic welding in the assembly process.
The ultrasonic metal welding process is widely used in the automotive industry to assemble a variety of connectors used in wire harnesses, wire-to-wire, wire-to-terminal, and wire tipping applications.
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