What's New at Emabond®
Emabond Solutions joins the T.A. Systems family of businesses
Emabond Solutions has recently become part of the T.A.
Systems family of companies. T.A. Systems is a Leading
Manufacturer and Integrator of Automation Equipment, Assembly Systems, Test
Equipment and Specialized Machinery.
The joining of Emabond Solutions and T.A. Systems further
compliments our ability to offer our customers a wide variety of plastic
welding solutions along with automation to process parts before and after the
welding process. Emabond Solutions is now able to offer our customers a
much greater range of equipment and automation solutions including pre and post
weld material handling and testing. We are also able to offer assembly
solutions including ultrasonic, vibration, hot plate and heat staking
T.A. Systems is headquartered in Rochester Hills, Michigan
with additional operations in Winchester, Tennessee and now Emabond Solutions
in Norwood New Jersey. Please visit www.ta-systems.com
to learn more.
Emabond Solutions to exhibit at NPE2012
Emabond Solutions is proud to announce its participation in the 2012 International Plastics Showcase. The tri-annual event will be held in the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida from April 1-5, 2012. Emabond will be on hand sharing information about our technology with the entire plastics community. Be sure to get your tickets now and look us up in the official NPE2012 web directory at:
The Emabond team will be located in South Hall Level 1. Our booth number is 35009.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Technical FAQs available at Emabond.com
Emabond.com now offers Frequently Asked Questions for both new and existing customers. Please visit this page to view detailed answers to questions about the Emabond Process and the supported induction welding equipment.
Click here to visit our Technical FAQ page!
WJS/DVS Conference on Joining Plastics
Emabond will be appearing at the International Conference on the latest developments in joining plastics in mass production and fabrication. Steve Chookazian has been invited to speak at the conference and will discuss the newest technology involved with induction welding as well as innovations using the Emabond Process. If you are attending, we welcome you to be a part of our discussion!
November 2, 2010 at Handwerkskammer
This event, organized jointly by the Welding and Joining Society (WJS) of The Welding Institute (TWI) and the German Welding Society (DVS), will provide a unique opportunity to discover the latest technical developments from industrial and academic experts. Areas covered will include new developments in laser welding, infrared welding, ultrasonic welding, and adhesive bonding; welding of thermoplastic tanks and pipes; joining of composites; testing of welded joints; and qualification of plastics welders.
2010 International Emerging Technology SymposiumEmabond Solutions is proud to announce its participation in the 2010 International Emerging Technology Symposium. This event provides participants with an opportunity to view presentations and engage in timely discussions on how the water utility, manufacturing, engineering, and trade industries have found solutions through emerging technologies in the water efficiency, plumbing and mechanical industries. The Symposium is Co-convened by IAPMO and World Plumbing Council on May 11-12, 2010.
Goals of the Emerging Technology Symposium
• Provide outstanding networking opportunities with experts in the fields of water & energy efficiency
• Expose participants to emerging products and practices.
• Exchange views on new trends in the industry.
• Share ideas and approaches on bringing emerging technologies to market.
• Discuss innovative green plumbing and mechanical concepts.
• Provide a vision for a more efficient future for plumbing and mechanical systems.
A Total Plastic Piping Solution
Emabond Solutions is proud to announce an exciting new technology in the field of plastic piping. It is a reliable and safe plastic pressure pipe system which is welded inductively by a temperature controlled non-contact fusion joining process. To learn more about Exoweld Plastics™, visit:
http://www.exoweldplastics.comMore information about this transformational system will be revealed soon, so stay tuned. If the Exoweld technology interests you, be sure to contact us!
Emabond On YouTube
Emabond now offers the ability to view informative videos on YouTube. Explore the different playlists available, including Technology to learn more about the Emabond Process and System Solutions to see various machines in action.
http://www.youtube.com/emabondNew videos will be added frequently, so stay tuned to the Emabond YouTube page for the latest channel updates.
Emabond Solutions to exhibit at NPE2009
Emabond Solutions is proud to announce its participation in the 2009 International Plastics Showcase. The tri-annual event will be held in the McCormick Place Convention Center in Chicago, Illinois from June 22-26, 2009. Emabond will be on hand sharing information about our technology with the entire plastics community. Be sure to get your tickets now and look us up in the official NPE2009 web directory at:
The Emabond team will be located in the West Hall of McCormick Place. Our booth number is 117027.
We look forward to seeing you there!
100% Solid State High Frequency Generators
Our new line of 100% Solid State High Frequency (HF) Generators with flexible power-delivery systems have advanced the Emabond technology through enhanced welding process control and feedback. The new flexible power-delivery systems offer a highly efficient, compact, easy-to-integrate source of HF welding power for a wider variety of process applications. The highly reliable power supplies enhance process flexibility, deliver a wide operating power range for optimized process control, ensure high process repeatability, and improve throughput. The immediate advantages include;
- Precise control of energy at the bond line including ramped power stages and/or pulsing of power.
- Fixed 13.56 MHz interference free FCC ISM Band
- Minimal or no heating of non plastic components such as metal and delicate electronics that may be close or captured within the weld line at time of assembly.
- Flexible moving power application packages that can allow for spot welding, continuous scanning of a bond line or portability.
- Wider overall power spectrum currently from 1kw to 5kw with precise control.
Lower overall system cost savings!
>> See how this new capability is applied to the Emabond Process
The Emabond® Process – capabilities update - 06-25-07