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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
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  • 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
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  • Induction Heating
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  • Inscribe
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  • Insulated Wire Welding
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  • 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
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  • Marking
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  • Micro Joining
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  • Micro Resistance Welding
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  • Parallel Gap Welding
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  • Plastic Welding
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  • Projection Welding
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  • Remote Services
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  • Resistance Welding
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  • Resistance Welding Systems
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  • Robotic Soldering
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  • 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
  • Studwelding with Capacitor Discharge

    The basic principles of Studwelding   CD Studwelding process

    Studwelding (CD) is a form of arc welding where several capacitor batteries are discharged across an accurate calibrated tip of the welding rod. CD (Capacitive Discharge) welding rods are available in copper plated steel, stainless steel, aluminium and brass (Ms63).
    When the tip of the welding rod (-) touches the object (+), the tip actually explodes and the atmosphere between the rod and object ionizes.

    The distance between the flange and the object is approximately 0.9 mm. An arc is formed whereby the material of the rod and object melts. The compression of the welding gun forces the rod into the molten pool and a close connection is formed.
    This type of welding is often applied on parts where the visible side is to be damaged as little as possible. To be used on a material thickness from 0.5 mm.

    Stud welding applications are specifically found in:

    • Plating

    • Switch boards & panels

    • Household appliances

    • Automotive

    • Wall covering

    • Light fittings

    • Illuminated advertising

    • Ship isolation

    • Engine & appliance construction

     


     

     

     

     

     
     
     

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