4/13/2018

Series 300 Electronic Weld Head Provides Precise Weld Force

Originally titled 'Electronic Weld Head Provides Precise Weld Force'
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Amada Miyachi America’s Series 300 electronic weld head offers the weld force profile ideal for miniature parts welding and enables up to three welds per second, with programmable force and weld positions, force and position repeatability, and displacement monitoring. 

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Amada Miyachi America Inc.’s Series 300 electronic weld head offers a controlled weld force profile that can be used for miniature parts welding. The Series 300 enables up to three welds per second, with programmable force and weld positions, force and position repeatability, and displacement monitoring. 

Comprised of a redesigned linear magnetic force actuator and a microprocessor-based electronic control, the weld head provides a controlled weld force profile needed for miniature parts welding. 

By showing actual displacement (set-down) with 0.0001” (2.5-micron) resolution, the electronic weld head’s 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. The built-in displacement monitoring feature can be used to optimize the weld and isolate potential quality problems.

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