By: Buffalo Manufacturing Works Team | November 13th, 2017

One of the most important variables for ultrasonic welding is amplitude.  While recommended amplitude guidelines are available for many generic materials based on accumulated industry experience, use of specialized and newly developed materials is rapidly increasing.  To that end, it is desired to have a method for experimentally determining the minimum amplitude required for a material.

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EWI Applications Engineer Miranda Marcus has written a new paper, “An Approach to Determine Minimum Amplitude Required for Ultrasonic Welding,” to introduce a new, experimental method for determining minimum required amplitude. To download the paper, click here.

Miranda Marcus can be contacted at mmarcus@ewi.org.

 

 

 

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