Spin welding is a really good method for joining thermoplastics. It’s easy to understand, the tooling is simple, the strength results are impressive, and the process is really robust. Keeping those results consistent and managing weld flash control can be a challenge, however.
Here are a few things to think about and watch out for as you consider implementing spin welding.
The Aspirozzle required spin welding on both ends of a main body. Cycle time requirements necessitated two simultaneous welds. To accomplish this, two Vortex PRECEDENCE spin welder actuators were mounted horizontally in a custom machine.
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