The ultimate range in vibration welding technology.

Hybrid vibration welding

Our wide range of vibration welders can satisfy any possible welding application, from simple and small components, such as medical filters, to large and complex assemblies, such as instrument panels.

Video shows hybrid vibration welding.

The Hybrid Vibration Welding Process

Two components are vibrated in shear against each other generating heat from friction. Vibration stops and pressure is maintained while the components bond to one another.

Hybrid vibration welding adds an infrared (IR) preheat to the beginning of the cycle to soften the rib and reduce the amount of particulate flash generated from the vibration cycle.

Vibration Welder Overview

Extol has partnered with CEMAS to bring you the best hybrid vibration welders. These impressive machines are highly customizable to meet any customer’s needs.

Hybrid Vibration Welder Benefits

Highly customizable

Even with many included standard features, we offer a full range of over 60 options to meet your specific needs.

Clean weld joint

Hybrid vibration welding softens the joint with IR preheat before the vibration process to minimize particulate flash.

No compromise for quality

All components are from world leading suppliers. Safety is our ultimate goal, as well as a prompt availability of spares worldwide.

Easy maintenance

The latest-generation electronic components and strategic placement of the hydraulic unit have resulted in a remarkably smaller control panel. It has also made tooling maintenance and setup operations easier.

Innovative and user-friendly UI

The graphical interface is the most intuitive on the market. Language selection, parameter adjustment, and user-configured I/O is as easy as the touch of a button.

Ergonomic loading

To minimize strain on the backbone, the loading/unloading area is as close to the operator as possible. Our vibration welders have a shorter loading distance than any other machines in their class.

Hybrid welding and 4 reasons why you might need it

  • To optimize weld aesthetics and reduce particulate flash
  • To avoid stringing
  • To reduce stress in the weld joint and improve strength
  • To weld geometries that may not be feasible using vibration welding alone

Vibration Welder Models

There are several different vibration welder models available.


Small and Efficient

Ideal for welding small to medium size taillights, intake manifolds, and glove boxes.


For Frequent Tool Change

For particularly tall components and very quick and frequent tool changes.


Compact and Flexible

Ideal for welding large rear lamps, intake manifolds, spoilers, etc.


Born Hybrid

The most advanced in the range, it combines vibration and infrared technology within a compact body.


Big Inside

Born to weld the same products welded by 911, but require a stronger welding force and an increased workspace.


Cost-Effective and Solid

Highly sturdy for welding large components. Ideal for small to medium sized instrument panels.


Powerful and Reliable

This is the largest machine and can be used for large instrument panels, pallets, and outdoor furniture.


Real-time tuning

Real-time tuning adjusts the vibration frequency every 5 ms to ensure a perfect match between the resonating tool mass and the characteristics of the application.

Wide rear opening

Wide rear opening in the back of the machine for easier tool changes.

Quick vibration stop

Vibration can be stopped in less than 50 ms for a more homogeneous and strong joint.

Ask about customizing a vibration welder to your exact specifications.

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