Weld Head Handles Miniature Parts

AMADA MIYACHI AMERICA’s Series 300 electronic weld head offers the precisely controlled weld force profile necessary for miniature parts welding. It enables up to three welds per second, with programmable force and weld positions, force and position repeatability, and displacement monitoring. Viable for safety critical applications, the Series 300 high is suitable for medical devices, automotive sensors and switches, reed switches, and coil termination, as well as electronic components.

 

Comprised of a redesigned linear magnetic force actuator and a microprocessor-based electronic control, force can be different in each schedule. By showing actual displacement (set-down) with 0.0001-inch (2.5 micron) resolution, its graphical screen allows the user to fine tune the weld time, follow-up force, and weld energy relationships between the Series 300 and the external welding power supply. An integrated displacement monitoring feature can be used to optimize the weld and isolate potential quality problems.

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Available in both inline (301H/115V or 230V) and offset (302H/115V or 230 V) models, the Series 300 high speed electronic weld head comes with a variety of accessories including bench-mount kits, stands, a foot switch, and displacement sensor mounting brackets. If you’re ready to start welding, but need more info, check out the Series 300 datasheet.

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