Dynamic Excitation for Welding Processes

Ano­ther appli­ca­ti­on of the Pie­zo­s­ha­ker-Sys­tem is the use for exci­ta­ti­on with acou­stic and ultra­so­nic waves in the field of mate­ri­al pro­ces­sing and manu­fac­tu­ring tech­no­lo­gy, such as the wel­ding of light­weight com­pon­ents used in the auto­mo­ti­ve indus­try. As a result of the direc­ted intro­duc­tion of vibra­ti­ons during the wel­ding pro­cess, the wave super­po­si­ti­on leads to an impro­ve­ment in the micros­truc­tu­re of the weld seam. The wide fre­quen­cy band­width of the Pie­zo­s­ha­ker Sys­tem pro­vi­des enhan­ced fle­xi­bi­li­ty to adapt to dif­fe­rent mate­ri­als, which is an advan­ta­ge over other sys­tems that are limi­t­ed to a small band­width with appro­xi­m­ate­ly a sin­gle frequency.

Appli­ca­ti­on examp­les, use the links for detail­ed information:


Application for Optimization of Laser Beam Welding by Ultrasonic Wave Superposition