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Amada Miyachi has its roots in a business specifically created to weld dental braces using basic resistance welding equipment, way back in 1948. Today, we are the world's leading supplier of equipment and systems for resistance welding, laser welding, laser marking, laser cutting, hermetic sealing, and hot bar reflow soldering!

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AMADA MIYACHI AMERICA to Showcase the Latest Laser and Resistance Welding and Processing Technology at Design & Manufacturing, New England

April 04, 2018

Monrovia, CA - AMADA MIYACHI AMERICA, INC., a leading manufacturer of welding, marking, cutting, sealing, and bonding technology, will be highlighting it’s a range of laser and resistance welding equipment in Booth 932 at Design & Manufacturing, New England, which takes place April 18-19, 2018, at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, in Boston, MA. On display are the UB29 linear DC micro welder, Series 320 electronic resistance spot welding heads and the Advanced Data Analysis Monitor, as well as the LMWS pulsed fiber laser processing system integrated with the LMF70-HP fiber laser.

The UB29 linear DC micro welder on display is a new model that provides a larger current range, greater control, and markedly faster rise time for micro-miniature resistance welding. Featuring closed-loop feedback, fast response times and a controlled precise energy waveform, the UB29 is a perfect choice for wire assemblies, sensors, connectors, squibs, catheters, orthodontic appliances, pacemakers, implantable hearing devices, and battery packs. It is ideal for safety-critical applications in battery markets, as well as medical, aerospace, precision electronics, and automotive applications.

Also on display will be the Series 320 electronic weld head, a versatile weld head that is a good choice for welding squib wires, fine wire welding, and welding of wires to electrodes, as well as welding of hearing aid components, electronic components, and medical devices. 

Visitors to the both can see the Advanced Data Analysis Monitor, which offers sophisticated SPC capabilities that enable customers to analyze and collect weld data. The Advanced Data Analysis Monitor monitors what happens during the weld, as well as what happens before the weld is triggered, offering a 360-degree view of the process. Sophisticated SPC capabilities enable customers to analyze and collect data. Other key features include current, voltage, power, resistance, force and cover gas flow monitoring; high resolution sensors; pre-and post-trigger viewing; envelope limits; and Ethernet communications capability. 

The LMWS pulsed fiber laser welding system on display is a highly configurable, compact unit designed for lean manufacturing. Featuring a versatile high-power, high-speed laser, the system is ideal for welding dissimilar metals, including copper to aluminum, aluminum to stainless and steel, and copper to stainless steel. By simply changing the settings, this laser can even be used to mark welded parts. It will be shown with the LMF70-HP fiber laser, ideal for micro spot welding, seam welding and precision cutting. This configuration is a good choice for medical spring attachment and medical component assembly, as well as battery tab welding. 

About Amada Miyachi America

Since 1948, Amada Miyachi America, Inc. has worked to achieve one goal: to solve customer's manufacturing challenges. Knowing there is no one solution that fits all, the company strives to provide customers with innovative and reliable manufacturing technology solutions in an effort to be their single source provider. Amada Miyachi America manufactures equipment and systems for resistance welding, laser welding, laser marking, laser cutting, hermetic sealing and hot bar reflow soldering and bonding. The company serves a wide range of markets including medical devices, battery, aerospace, automotive and electronic components. Amada Miyachi America is an ISO9001 certified company. Contact Amada Miyachi America at info@amadamiyachi.com. Learn more about the company's products and services at www.amadamiyachi.com.