Different ultrasonic cutting processes
The main function of the ultrasonic cutting process is to split the connected parts. The high frequency vibration per second can reduce the pressure on the object to be cut. In this way, a neat and clean cutting surface can be formed. In practical applications, it is divided into two processes, separate welding and cutting.
Ultrasound can be used to cut thermoplastic multilayer textiles, non-woven materials or films into arbitrary shapes, and simultaneously weld them along the cutting contour. The thermoplastic fiber content should be at least 20%. The anvil with the corresponding cutting profile is cut by the vibration generated by the ultrasonic system. At the same time, the vibration attenuation causes heat to be generated in the cutting area, thereby welding along the cutting edge.
The blade vibrated by ultrasonic waves quickly separates the items to be cut with little resistance and does not produce residue. Ultrasonic has been used for cutting finished products for many years. When cutting baked goods, energy bars, cheese, pizza and other materials, the vibrating (cold) cutting horn can reduce the resistance during the cutting process and remove adhering product residues. The result: a flat surface that can be cut again is formed without deformation or thermal damage to the product.
Synchronous edge cutting
Cutting and sealing are performed and completed at the same time. Both ends of the welded fiber can be simultaneously cut within one micron, which are obvious advantages in high-quality medical and filtration technology.
Continuous cutting and sealing
The advantage of ultrasonic cutting and sealing technology is that it can quickly seal and cut woven and non-woven fabrics in continuous operation.
Cutting and welding
Flexible cutting of polymers and textile parts must ensure that the edges are cut at a fast speed and accuracy. Ultrasonic treatment is an ideal process in the automotive industry.
Ultrasonic cuts products accurately and quickly with low resistance through high-speed vibration, and achieves no residue, deformation, and thermal damage on the product surface.
Separation of physical materials
Using the ultrasonic frequency to drive the cutter vibration can easily cut into the material, and save the material.
Cutting solid materials
Ultrasonic vibration will be transmitted to the installed cutting blade by the welding head to cleanly cut different materials, such as carbon fiber or rubber products.