Motorised electromagnetic weld heads are controlled by an external control box and are activated by an electromagnetic motor. During the resistance welding process, the application and management of force are crucial. Weld heads are the common names for the mechanical apparatus used to accomplish this.
The weld head, which contains the welding electrodes, holds the workpieces together while the weld is being made by pressing them together.
The weld head offers the welding current path, welding pressure, initiates the welding current, provides follow-up force while the workpieces melt together, and cools the workpieces after the weld.
The Global Motorized Electromagnetic Weld Head market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
The SL-322A low force electronic weld head is a very accurate low force head created especially for applications demanding precise location and force control. Built in the USA, this cutting-edge weld head has several capabilities to suit the process needs of microelectronics manufacturing while being durable enough to withstand industrial standards and environments.
The criteria for force and position are incredibly exact. Use the weld-to-displacement feature to precisely halt the weld during collapse and set displacement limitations. Using the initial part detection feature, it may find any missing or additional parts. A new footswitch with a linear motion that is optional or a two level footswitch.
The LH-180-A precision servo weld head offers fully integrated programmable spot welding with real-time displacement monitoring and process control by fusing the newest ultra low friction, high speed actuation technology with cutting-edge control electronics.
In order to produce a precision welding process suitable for both high end manual or automation spot welding assembly, LH-180-A integrates with MacGregor welding power supply with ease.
True servo driven output control provided by LH-180-A is generated from well calibrated sensors. To meet and exceed the rising demands from the automotive, medical, and aerospace sectors, secondary sensors and feedback techniques ensure system integrity and precision on a weld-by-weld basis.
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