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Learn when you might choose one technology over the other in this blog piece: Nd:YAG for Fiber Laser Welding?
Use a picosecond laser for corrosion resistant black marking on stainless steel alloys: UDI marking, banding, part traceability
What’s all the fuss about? Read about micromachining with a femtosecond laser in our blog.
What is it and what can you do with it?
Laser soldering and plastic welding; both possible with direct diode lasers
Read our blog piece Bringing Laser Technology In House: 6 Simple Steps to Success which outlines some of the pitfalls and how to avoid when moving from contract manufacturing.
How to design ring projections for hermetic sealing.
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Fundamentals of Hot Bar Reflow Soldering
Check out these tips and tricks for successful setup of your micro tig welding application.
Laser or resistance technology? Which do you choose when it’s critical to prevent external environmental conditions from penetrating the package?
Projection welding of Fasteners to Hot Stamped Boron Components
Laser Cleaning Metal Improves Battery Pack Reliability. Read the blog now.
Industry increasingly relies on sensors in both factories and products. New sensor technologies mean new product capabilities with improved performance and efficiency.
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Dark marks that are resistant to bacterial growth, passivation, corrosion and autoclaving. Read more.
High production rate + high yield = industrial process success. Understanding both the process requirements and production environment allows companies to optimize their production rates resulting in lower cost per part and higher profit.
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AMADA WELD TECH offers educational webinars on a quarterly basis. Topics include equipment selection, process optimization, applications and more.
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ACF (Anisotropic Conductive Film) Bonding is one of the bonding techniques used to join flex, PCB, and glass panel displays. It is often utilized when there is a very fine pitch – less than 30 micron – between elements. In this webinar, we will introduce the technology, present the fundamentals of how it works, present several examples of where it is used, and provide guidelines to achieving success with this technology.
This webinar is geared toward process engineers, manufacturing engineers, and operators.
Laser marking is widely used in industrial manufacturing across most industries for product identification and branding. This non-contact process can be used on a wide variety of materials. The right choice of laser depends on a number of different factors, including the desired mark type, spot size, success criteria, quality of mark, material, and/or budget.
In this presentation, we will explore several advanced laser marking techniques and applications used to improve manufacturing in a variety of industries. We will cover common industrial laser markers used for manufacturing and highlight three advanced usages in industry today.
This presentation is geared toward Manufacturing Engineers, Process Engineers, and Operators
Manufacturing success is found at the intersection of materials, process, part design and equipment. In this webinar, we will review weld process data acquisition, introduce analysis tools including AI/ML, and describe how the weld monitoring process can be adapted to these techniques.
This webinar is geared toward process engineers, manufacturing engineers and operators with some resistance welding experience.
The advent of 5G communication is opening a wide range of new opportunities in the industrial sector, and this next wave is creating demand for a range of new parts and connections to guide signals within manufacturing devices. Manufacturing these products involves a wide range of joining technologies – including resistance welding, laser welding, laser soldering, hot bar bonding, ACF bonding, heat staking and hermetic seam sealing.
This webinar is geared toward process engineers, manufacturing engineers and operators – will focus on the evolving connections and discuss the technological solutions required to make them.
Manufacturing success is found at the intersection of materials, process, part design and equipment. In this webinar, we will review weld process data acquisition, introduce analysis tools including AI/ML, and describe how the welding process can be adapted to these techniques.
Manufacturing success is found at the intersection of materials, process, part design and equipment. In this webinar, we will review weld process data acquisition, discuss security, introduce analysis tools including AI/ML, and describe how the welding process can be adapted to these techniques.
Manufacturing success is found at the intersection of materials, process, part design and equipment. In this webinar, we will highlight cutting-edge trends in modern weld process monitoring
Manufacturing success is found at the intersection of materials, process, part design and equipment. In this webinar, we will highlight how to use your resistance weld monitor for troubleshooting a process and quickly getting back on track.
Manufacturing success is found at the intersection of materials, process, part design and equipment. In this webinar, we discuss the advantages of resistance welding to compact and shape stranded and braided wires, creating a robust, reliable solution to join to terminals.
Manufacturing success is found at the intersection of materials, process, part design and equipment. In this webinar, we will explore the things that need to be considered when making the transition from a manual resistance welding process to an automated operation.
Manufacturing process success relies on having the right materials, process settings, part design and equipment. In this webinar, we will cover the Fundamentals of Hot Bar Reflow Soldering, answering the questions “What is it and how does it work?” and “Where is it used?” We will also look at typical hot bar reflow soldering applications and discuss why they were successful.
Implantable medical devices are commonly made from stainless steel due to the material’s biocompatibility and durability, and many of these parts must bear a Unique Device Identifier (UDI) – a permanent, high-contrast black mark – to meet FDA traceability regulations. This presentation covers picosecond laser black, corrosion-resistant marking and demonstrates performance under a variety of real-life conditions to which the marked parts were exposed, comparing them to marks made on the same parts by nanosecond lasers.
Laser tube cutting is a high precision manufacturing process commonly used in the medical device industry to create small, intricate parts, such as cannulae, hypotubes, and stents. Laser tube cutter systems are designed to be stable, reliable, and capable of high throughput production with minimal operator supervision. With both fiber laser and femtosecond laser options, laser tube cutting processes can be optimized to fulfill a broad range of application requirements for speed, precision, and quality.
Laser microwelding is a manufacturing process that joins parts on a millimeter scale. The miniature size of the parts brings challenges to achieving consistency in welding quality and production success. Mark Boyle covers several key factors to consider along with solutions for laser microwelding processes. Presented as part of the 2021 Photonics Spectra Conference.
AC welding is a traditional welding technology that draws electricity directly from the wall, making it susceptible to line voltage fluctuations. AC inverter technology, however, maintains the ability to switch the polarity, and, because the source is now rectified, eliminates fluctuations in current resulting in improved weld quality for many applications. The similarities in technology make it easy to upgrade to an AC inverter power supply to access this additional control without disrupting the rest of your manufacturing setup
This webinar is geared toward process engineers, R&D engineers and operators with some resistance welding / wire compacting experience.
Welding success can be found at the intersection of material choice, process parameters, and equipment selection. Once those are all defined and optimized, the successful manufacturing process is locked in place. However, in reality, there are process variations and production tolerances that can occur and negatively affect the welding result. This webinar covers the basics to troubleshoot the issue and quickly get back on track.
This webinar is geared toward process engineers, R&D engineers and operators with some resistance welding experience.
Laser micromachining is a tightly controlled material removal process that is ideal for applications which require small, tight-tolerance features and complex geometries. The integration of ultrashort pulse femtosecond laser technology into advanced manufacturing machines enables stable production of high quality metal, polymer, ceramic, and glass parts for applications ranging from medical devices to electronics to aerospace components.
This presentation covers ultrashort pulse laser processing capabilities and its benefits in laser micromachining.
Standalone work cells or systems can be simple or very complex depending on the part design, desired throughput, and quality requirements. There are many components to a system including motion, vision, tooling, safety, and other considerations that go into the design.
In this presentation, we will take a fictitious part and design a sample system.
Batteries and battery packs – especially in the e-Mobility marketplace – require robust connections to ensure quality and performance. There are several different technologies available to address these applications, but one size does not fit all. AMADA WELD TECH supplies 3 primary technologies to make these connections:
Learn how to determine which one is best for YOUR unique application as we address some of the key considerations and benefits of each.
Successful tab-to-cell connections determine the manufacturability of a battery pack. A number of challenges exist, including material selection, tolerances of fit-up, speed of assembly and monitoring to ensure that a successful weld joint was achieved. Proper equipment and process development will determine the quality and throughput that can be achieved.
What causes hermetically sealed packages to fail RGA? How is hermeticity tested and why is important?
This webinar attempts to answer that question by looking at industry standards, examining moisture and preventing moisture contamination and various ways to validate part hermeticity.
Lasers are frequently used in medical device manufacturing. This includes processes like laser marking, laser welding, laser cutting, and laser micromachining. In this webinar, we explore some of the commercially available lasers for these applications and several process examples.
Selection of resistance welding equipment is not as simple as you may think. It depends on application driven factors: part materials, part placement, manufacturing requirements and power available in the facility, to name a few. Some common questions in appropriate equipment selection:
This webinar covers the different types of resistance weld heads and power supplies and the considerations and decisions that go into matching equipment to most micro joining applications.
Reliability, quality, and throughput are key performance indicators in manufacturing. Production defects can include faults in the material, process, and equipment. The ability to quickly assess and also record weld quality is vital for production success.
This webinar will cover the basics of laser weld process monitoring; we will discuss potential weld defects and how to detect them in real time.
This webinar covers typical hermetic seam sealing applications using High Frequency Inverter seam welders for a range of markets including medical device manufacturing, electronic and communication devices.
Hermetic Sealing of Electronic Packages is the solution to protect sensitive components like implantable medical devices, RF and photonic communication devices and sensors that needs to withstand harsh or challenging environmental conditions by encapsulating these devices into leak tight metal or ceramic package. The hermetic seal can be realized by joining a metal lid to a metal housing by applying a series of overlapping weld spots creating one continuous weld joint.
Our expert product engineers will present the fundamentals of weld monitoring including what values can be measured, what can they tell you about your process and how checkers/monitors are typically implemented. Finally, they will present a future outlook for weld monitoring:
The femtosecond laser offers burr free cutting of any metal or plastic so has great potential to significantly reduce post processing costs. This brief 30-minute webinar provides a practical overview of using the femtosecond laser to cut a variety of medical tubing – find out where the femtosecond laser works well, and where it doesn’t. There are application examples given, along with comparative data showing the differences to fiber laser tube cutting for both cut quality and speed.
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