As a joining process for industrial thermoplastics, the
ultrasonic method is very well proven in practice.
Particularly in the production of mass- produced parts,
the process offers definite advantage over previous
methods such as for instance high strength, clean weld
seams, fast processing times, extremely low rejection
rates and low energy consumption.
In addition to its main application which is welding of
moulded thermoplastic parts, this technique can be used
successfully for riveting, forming, stacking as well as
embedding of metal parts into thermoplastic