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Soldering and welding for industrial production

yaskawa0819Welding Hall DC, booth 206

Expanded with two very compact, turnkey, robot-based inert gas welding cells Yaskawa the "Arcworld" portfolio. Motoman robots, positioners, controls and power sources are space-saving and ready to use on a single platform. This allows the robot cell to be moved quickly and easily if required.

weco0719Weco produces printed circuit board terminals with overlong, angled or double solder pins. Produced at the headquarters in Hanau, the pins can be applied on a straight or angled surface. Thus, an optimal potting of boards with components is guaranteed without any restrictions. The products, which are used for example in heating technology, offer a high variety of variants.

telsonic0918Fakuma Hall A4, Booth 4112

Telsonic introduces the new control software "Telsoflex" with new 12 "touch panel for ultrasonic welding and separating welding, which makes the ultrasonic systems of the USP and TSP series fit for the 4.0 industry.

fronius30418cover story

Fronius has the CMT welding process recently brought to the company's most advanced welding power source, the TPS / i. With the second generation of the cold arc, robot-assisted welding is possible in many applications with previously unattained quality, simplicity and process reliability. Because of these advantages, the steel producer and automotive supplier Voestalpine has decided to use the advanced CMT technology in series production as the first user.

froehlich0118To be able to do welding jobs even more efficiently cheerfully developed a user-friendly corner seam welding machine for single parts and small batches that requires minimal set-up time. The SAX700 does not require complex clamping devices and can weld corner seams with various angles up to a length of 700 mm cleanly and quickly.

telsonic20417Success Story

In order to connect the plastic components of the opening mechanism with the aluminum of the lid on the resealable lids for the beverage cans developed by Xolution, it was necessary to find a joining method that works fast and precisely and enables short cycle times for high throughput rates. After extensive testing, the choice fell on Ultrasonic welding systems from Telsonic.

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