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  • Welding Techniques for Joining Sensor Bodies
    welding are well suited to fabricating sensors that have their delicate, heat-sensitive electronics close to the weld joint. ( <0.1 micron particle count per million). Often, the only material in contact with the process media is a 316L stainless steel or Hastelloy C isolation diaphragm. It is easy
  • Hard Automation Welding Options for Wind Power Industry
    an entire sequence of the weld cycle with position-based or time-based comments, storing up to 19 weld programs. Used exclusively with Arc Product Seam Tracker™ systems, rugged Seam Sensor Components and Tips offer precise automated weld joint tracking. The seam sensor tracks the weld joint
  • CMOS Camera Checks Automotive Laser Welds (.pdf)
    To increase throughput and reliability of automotive parts, a machine-vision inspection system assesses weld-seam integrity. technical support for CMOS sensors and camera products of Photonfocus. HOME COMPANY PRODUCTS SUPPORT APPLICATIONS SALES PARTNERS
  • Making short work of small welds
    for such jobs: laser, electron beam, micro-TIG or gas-tungsten arc welding (GTAW), and micro-plasma. Laser welding uses heat from a focused coherent light (laser) beam to fuse materials. In general, laser welding is appropriate when the weld joint can be accurately positioned without gaps or mismatch
  • Medical Device Link . Industry News
    . "Rather than reinvent the wheel, we went to Oliver and began discussions on a joint venture." Nelipak-Oliver Systems began full-scale operations in January at the Nelipak site in Venray. Nelipak brings its design expertise to the joint venture. "Oliver is bringing the coating and printing
  • Laser Staking Securely Joins Plastic Parts for Printed-Circuit Boards
    and automation. Picking plastics to laser weld , " Machine Design, Sept. 18, 2003 Manufacturers of electronic components with printed-circuit boards (PCBs) have a new method for mounting PCBs to their respective thermoplastic housings or substrates: laser staking. The technology uses the same principles
  • Medical Device Link .
    . Friction-free actuation and repeatable positioning are possible with the linear ball slide assembly. Stroke has been increased to 7 in., as compared with 4 in. for other thrusters. Standard dual-pressure operation provides flexibility and control over the clamping force during the weld cycle. A high-strength
  • Medical Device Link .
    the testing parameters employed as well as the manner in which test specimens are prepared in order to ensure that they understand any referenced compliance. For example, some adhesive suppliers may test an actual device, but because each device is unique in materials, joint design, and end use
  • Medical Device Link . Technology news
    , developed by the Advanced Materials and Processes department at TWI (Cambridge, UK) allows two similar clear plastics to be joined with no visible weld line. The method can be used to weld film, sheet, and moulded plastics, and can be carried out using diode or Nd:YAG lasers in single-shot
  • Better Hearing Thanks to Laser Welding (.pdf)
    is radial weld-. ing. In this process, rotationally-symmetrical parts are. welded together without having to move with respect to. the laser. In medical technology this process is used for. welding catheter attachments. Radial welding also finds. applications in sensor technology, fluidics

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