With such advances as the Swarf Transfer System, the new CNC Router has increased productivity and maximised material yield while still achieving the highest quality product.
Featuring synchronised parallel workbenches and cantilevered table construction. Digital heat settings allow a reproduction accuracy of 100% on plastic fabrication jobs.
WEGENER Bending and Edging Welding Machine
Bending and edging welding, also called welding by bending with heated tool, is a mixture of a bending and a heated tool butt welding process. An upper V-shaped heating element is placed on the bending line and then melted into the plastic sheet. At the same time a second, lower heated tool with a flat surface heats the underside of the plastic sheet. At the end of the heating process the plastic sheet is according to the angle of bevel. The plasticised bonding areas are brought together during the folding process and joined to each other by the resulting welding pressure. The German DVS Guideline 2207-14 describes the welding by bending process in more detail. This method is ideal to produce bends for rectangular tanks, e.g. for electroplating systems, troughs, air ducts, covers, drums, gas scrubbers and large-volume housings. Our bending and edging welding machine really come into its own wherever efficient production, high process reliability and reproducible quality are needed. Courtesy of WEGENER.
This unique welding system uses a combination of heated tip and injection pressure to form its welds. The hot (interchangeable) tip melts the surface of the plastic and creates a weld zone into which molten plastic is injected. There is an actual physical mixing of the weld bead and the plastic. When cool, the weld is very strong. Because the tip cracks the surface of the plastic, there is no need to prepare the surface unless heavy contamination exists. This saves considerable time for the fabricator.
The WELDPLAST S2 is a masterpiece of modern technology. While externally it fulfils the highest functionality requirements and design, its interior satisfies the high expectations concerning the material to be processed. The WELSDPLAST S2 PVC has been especially designed to satisfy the high requirements regarding PVC extrusion welding. Perfect seam quality and integrated corrosion protection make it a reliable partner of today and tomorrow.
With the invention of the hand extruder for thermoplastic welding applications in 1973, Erich Munsch launched a new first-of-its-kind product line. MUNSCH Kunststoff-Schweißtechnik GmbH was established in 1991 by way of a spin-off of the hand extruder activities from MUNSCH Chemie-Pumpen GmbH. This move came in response to the unparalleled market success and sustained growth of this business segment.