Telsonic Expands Subcontract Ultrasonic Plastic and Metal Welding Services

Since launching their subcontract ultrasonic welding service, at the Subcon show in 2017, Telsonic UK continues to see increasing demand for both plastic and metal welding from manufacturers who may require additional production capacity, or perhaps do not have sufficient volume to warrant the purchase of dedicated equipment.





(Telsonic ultrasonic systems are ideally suited to sub-contract

assembly applications in plastic and metal)


Telsonic will once again be promoting this valued service, alongside exhibits from their range of ultrasonic modules and systems at Subcon 2019. Telsonic’s subcontracting service also allows customers who are having bespoke systems built by Telsonic, the opportunity to manufacture components using the same ultrasonic technology until such time as their system is ready for delivery, an ideal scenario for pre-production or low volume production.


Manufacturers Turning To Ultrasonics


The quest for greater productivity, reduced energy consumption and reduced costs are driving manufacturers to seek more efficient methods for assembly. This in turn has seen an increase in the demand for Telsonic’s ultrasonic technology.


Capable of delivering high quality and fast cycle times on a wide range of plastic and metal welding applications, Telsonic ultrasonics modules and systems continue to gain ground in the production of automotive interior and exterior plastic sub assemblies, battery terminal and bus-bar assemblies, plus wire splicing applications on harnesses and within panel building applications.

Exhibiting this year on stand G15, Telsonic’s engineers will be on hand to discuss the wide range of ultrasonic products available from the company, their sub-contract manufacturing service, and also provide advice and recommendations on customer’s plastic and metal welding applications. Subcon is being held at the NEC in Birmingham between the 4th and 6th June 2019.


More information on Telsonic ultrasonic systems for plastic and metal welding can be found here.

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