Press Release Summary:
Raptor, with menu-driven ST 3000 II controller, connects wires ranging from 22 to 4 ga, using ultrasonic welder to make splice sizes from 0.7 to 40 mmÂ². It is encased in heavy metal shell to dampen vibrations, eliminate bends and deflections, and maximize efficiency of vibration energy. LCD screen displays settings and 3-D diagram to key components to help operators set, store, and retrieve up to 1,000 splice settings without reprogramming or changing applicator.
Original Press Release:
New Ultrasonic Splicer Features Rugged Modular Design
Wilmington, MA. Designed to operate in rough production environments, Stapla Ultrasonics' Raptor wire splicer is encased in a heavy metal shell to dampen vibrations, eliminate bends and deflections and maximize the efficiency of vibration energy.
The system is easy to maintain with "drop-in" and "take-out" sub-assemblies that fit into the side and center cavities of the metal shell. Designed to splice wires ranging from 22 to 4 gauge in production environments, Raptor splice sizes range from 0.7 mm² to 40 mm². The system is controlled by Stapla's new menu-driven ST 3000 II controller to support sequential operations, speed production and simplify set-up and operation. The ST 3000 II features a large LCD screen that displays both numerical settings and a 3-D diagram to key components to help operators set, store and retrieve up to 1,000 splice settings without reprogramming or changing the applicator.
Self-diagnostics and built-in controls ensure the quality and integrity of each weld by maintaining strict parameters including the compression of wires before welding and final weld height. At the same time, the interactive controller communicates all necessary preventative maintenance information and aids in troubleshooting any malfunction.
For complete information contact: Stapla Ultrasonics Corporation at 375 Ballardvale Street; Wilmington, MA 01876; Tel: 978-658-9400; Fax: 978-658-6550.