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  • ACF Laminating/Pre-Bonding
  • B
  • Bolt & Studwelding
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  • Brazing
  • C
  • Compacting
  • D
  • Dispensing
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  • Drawn Arc Welding
  • E
  • Electrostatic Discharge Control
  • F
  • Fiber Laser Marking
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  • Fiber Laser Welding
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  • Fluid Dispensing
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  • Fume Extraction
  • G
  • Gap Welding
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  • Green Laser Welding
  • H
  • Heat Staking
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  • Heat-Sealing/ACF Final Bonding
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  • Hermetic Sealing of electronic packages
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  • Hot Bar Bonding
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  • Hot Bar Reflow Soldering
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  • Hot Bar Systems
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  • Hot Crimping
  • I
  • Induction Heating
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  • Inscribe
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  • Insulated Wire Welding
  • J
  • Jet Dispensing
  • L
  • Laser Cutting
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  • Laser Marking
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  • Laser Marking Systems
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  • Laser Seam Welding
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  • Laser Spot Welding
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  • Laser Welding
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  • Laser Welding Systems
  • M
  • Marking
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  • Micro Joining
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  • Micro Resistance Welding
  • P
  • Parallel Gap Welding
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  • Plastic Welding
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  • Projection Welding
  • R
  • Remote Services
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  • Resistance Welding
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  • Resistance Welding Systems
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  • Robotic Soldering
  • S
  • Saw Blade System
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  • Seam Welding
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  • Short Cycle Studwelding
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  • Single Component Positive Displacement Dispensing
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  • Single Component Time/Pressure Dispensing
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  • Spot Welding
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  • Strand Welding
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  • Studwelding
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  • Studwelding with Capacitor Discharge
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  • Thermocompression Welding
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  • Two Component Dispensing
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  • Weld Monitoring
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  • Welding
  • Projection Welding

    AMADA MIYACHI EUROPE offers a variety of proven resistance welding methods. Projection welding differs from spot welding in that one or more  projections are attached to one of the two workpieces that are to be joined. The projection forms a defined current conduction  point. The parts are placed on top of each other and welded together at this point with large-area electrodes by a current pulse under the infuence of the electrode force. Several projections can also be welded at the same time.
     

    Projection Welding Applications 
    Projection Welding applications

     

     Projection Welding Benefits:
     

    • The welding current is concentrated on the joint by a projection or profile on one of the individual parts.

    • Flat electrodes can be used with a large contact surface area whose shapes match the area of the workpiece.

    • The use of flat electrodes means longer shelf-life, virtually no deformation or discoloration on the workpiece and perfect fit in high-volume production applications.

    • This resistance welding method is also designed to allow for multi-projection welding whereby a corresponding number of electrodes or a pair of large-surface electrodes is fed from a single power source.

    In addition to projection welding AMADA MIYACHI EUROPE offers the following resistance welding methods:

    Our proven technologies enable the Automotive, Electronics & Solar Cells,  IT & Multimedia, Medical, Aerospace and Defence industries to supply a variety of projection welding applications.

    Automotive IT & Multimedia Electronics & Solar Cells
     
     
     

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