Emerson’s Laser Welder Improves Manufacturing Efficiency and Quality of Smaller Plastic Parts
Branson GLX Micro provides precise, clean and
repeatable welds of delicate and intricate components.
CONN. (June 15, 2020) – Emerson has introduced the Branson GLX
Micro Laser Welder, supporting the need to manufacture smaller and
more delicate plastic parts used in the medical and consumer electronics
industries. The benchtop version of the GLX Series uses advanced laser
technology and incredibly low clamp force to produce precise, clean and
repeatable welds of superior aesthetic quality and performance. This provides
manufacturers with greater design freedom and increased production throughput.
STTlr eliminates the use of friction which may generate flash and particulates, thereby ensuring smooth and barely visible weld lines can be incorporated into product designs. With STTlr, highly complex 3D contours can be accommodated, allowing designers to create parts for maximum functional...
STTlr eliminates the use of friction which may
generate flash and particulates, thereby ensuring smooth and barely visible
weld lines can be incorporated into product designs. With STTlr, highly complex
3D contours can be accommodated, allowing designers to create parts for maximum
functionality and ergonomic appeal. The GLX-micro offers the industry’s lowest
clamp force of 1 Newton, enabling the joining of small and very delicate parts,
including those with embedded electronics and sensors.
Published by Emerson Automation Solutions on Jul 13, 2020
Solenoid Valve Design Factors Whitepaper
Solenoid valves are used in a broad range of demanding industry applications. Whether they perform millions of cycles or spend long periods on standby, solenoid valves must perform the right way at the right time — every time. In this whitepaper, you will learn more on how different design factors impact safety and reliability, especially in critical applications requiring Emergency Shutdown (ESD). You’ll also discover the significant advantages of robust, low friction seal designs and how they can help increase the long-term reliability of your process control applications.
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