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20 Apr
Published:
20 April, 2017
Categorie:
Heat Staking - Know How

Heat Staking - Know How 1

 Heat Staking - Know How 1

The plastic domes fed through the circuit board are formed into a rivet by the die, so that the circuit board is fixed in the plastic part.


Thermoplastic materials such as PA, PP, PBT, POM, PC and PE (also with glass fibre content) are caulked.
The heat required for the process is introduced into the plastic via pulse-heated dies.


Under the action of the necessary application force, the components are positively and firmly bonded.
The die(s) are moved to the product via a pneumatic shaft and the necessary process force is generated via spring elements.


According to the application, the heating of the die takes place before or during the contact with the product.
On completion of the fusing process, the die is lifted from the fusing point. Depending on the plastic used, the die can also be cooled before it is lifted.


All relevant process parameters, such as temperature, force and sealing path, are electronically measured by the control system and monitored in adjustable control windows.


Deviations from programmed parameters are reliably identified and indicated. The data can be stored for documentation and archiving.


Dies are not subject to contamination and can be coated to withstand mechanical wear, especially for applications using glass-fibre-filled plastics.


Warm- or hot-caulking systems are used as individual work stations or as “srand-alone systems” with integral control as well as in automated production lines or turntable systems with offset control.


12 Apr
Published:
12 April, 2017
Categorie:
Heat Staking - Applications

Application 3

 Application 3

Heat staking application for fixing a circuit board in a plastic body.

The circuit board is located in an injection moulding part with prepared parts.

The plastic domes fed through the circuit board are formed into a rivet by the die, so that the circuit board is fixed in the plastic part.

Thermoplastic materials such as PA, PP, PBT, POM, PC and PE (also with glass fibre content) are caulked.


07 Apr
Published:
07 April, 2017
Categorie:
Heat Staking - Applications

Application 1

 Application 1

Heat staking application for fixing an LCD display in a plastic body.

Two shaped heating dies are moved to plastic edges and formed on the product.

Thermoplastic materials such as PA, PP, PBT, POM, PC and PE (also with glass fibre content) are caulked.


28 Mar
Published:
28 March, 2017
Categorie:
Heat Staking - Know How

Heat Staking - Know How 2

Heat Staking

The plastic domes fed through the circuit board are formed into a rivet by the die, so that the circuit board is fixed in the plastic part.


Thermoplastic materials such as PA, PP, PBT, POM, PC and PE (also with glass fibre content) are caulked.
The heat required for the process is introduced into the plastic via pulse-heated dies.


Under the action of the necessary application force, the components are positively and firmly bonded.
The die(s) are moved to the product via a pneumatic shaft and the necessary process force is generated via spring elements.


According to the application, the heating of the die takes place before or during the contact with the product.
On completion of the fusing process, the die is lifted from the fusing point. Depending on the plastic used, the die can also be cooled before it is lifted.


All relevant process parameters, such as temperature, force and sealing path, are electronically measured by the control system and monitored in adjustable control windows.


Deviations from programmed parameters are reliably identified and indicated. The data can be stored for documentation and archiving.


Dies are not subject to contamination and can be coated to withstand mechanical wear, especially for applications using glass-fibre-filled plastics.


Warm- or hot-caulking systems are used as individual work stations or as “srand-alone systems” with integral control as well as in automated production lines or turntable systems with offset control.


22 Mar
Published:
22 March, 2017
Categorie:
Heat Staking - Standard-Systems

HVS40i with sliding table

 HVS40i with sliding table

Typical application sprue removal. As a cost-effective alternative to laser cutting for can be used for the clean removal of sprue removal, temporarily heated knife-type tools can be used for the clean removal of casting sprue.

Cutting edges are clean without chips and without any “drawing of plastic fibres” and there are no residual particles on the product to be removed.

Standard heat staking system has a manually operated sliding table (300x300mm working plate).

There is automatic halting of the table when it reaches the working position and the table is releasedafter a fault-free process or after authorized acknowledgement of malfunction.


It can be fitted with workpiece holders.

Temporarily heated system, where active cooling of the product takes place after the heating phase.

A Stand-alone system which can be operated from a standing or sitting operating position

The HVS 40i is quoted by us as a “modular” system. Consequently, we can meet customer functional specifications from simple systems, which are purely thermally monitored, to completely process-monitored expansion sections with component raised- and lowered-distance measurement, permanent force measurement and data communication.

The relevant heat staking tools are matched to the product and the control circuit of the system is designed for the connection of single dies to the use of complex, multiple heat staking heads (e.g. for use in staking of 10 or more simultaneous processes.

The shaping dies are manufactured in-house to meet customer specifications.

The heat staking heads can be very rapidly changed over.

Our innovative coating technologies ensure the maximum possible operating life of the heat staking die even with extremely compact plastics and provide maximum resistance to the abrasive wear and erosion to which the forming surfaces in contact with the product are exposed. Coatings with a micro hardness (HV 0.05) up to 3,300 are used.

System control allows freely programmable heating and cooling phases, comprehensive monitoring functions (warning- and malfunction messages for all possible parameters), workpiece or maintenance counters, storage of manufacturing parameters for 10 or more products, possibility of displaying all identified process parameters etc. All changes to process-relevant parameters are password protected. Serious fault reports, (such as the breaching of malfunction values or repeated alarms) can only be overridden by means of an additional key switch.

In combination with the safety casing, the system satisfies all working safety requirements. The safety door of the housing, which is monitored by a safety switch, can be can be unlocked and opened by a key switch. Consequently, the system functioning can be controlled during set-up and maintenance operations or heat seal head replacement can be carried out.


22 Mar
Published:
22 March, 2017
Categorie:
Heat Staking - Applications

Heat seal applications

 Heat seal applications

Heat seal applications Heat Sealing/ Heat seal application Flex (FPC) to glass (LCD) and Heat seal-/ Heat seal application circuit board (PCB) to flex (FPC) to glass(LCD)


16 Mar
Published:
16 March, 2017
Categorie:
Heat Staking - Standard-Systems

HVS40i with a light curtain

 HVS40i with a light curtain

Standard stand-alone heat staking system with a simple base plate to mount a workpiece holder.

The product to be processed is located by the operator directly in the workpiece holder fitted under the heat staking head and the staking process is started by a pushbutton.

The operating area of the heat staking head is monitored by a light curtain at the housing opening.

If there is any intrusion into the operating area or the light curtain is broken during the staking process, the system switches into the “emergency off” condition.

All components withing the housing are then isolated from compressed air and from electric voltage. The heat staking unit can be fitted with various single and multiple heat staking heads.

Temporarily heated system, where active cooling of the product takes place after the heating phase.

A Stand-alone system which can be operated from a standing or sitting operating position.














The HVS 40i is quoted by us as a “modular” system. Consequently, we can meet customer functional specifications from simple systems, which are purely thermally monitored, to completely process-monitored expansion sections with component raised- and lowered-distance measurement, permanent force measurement and data communication.

The relevant heat staking tools are matched to the product and the control circuit of the system is designed for the connection of single dies to the use of complex, multiple heat staking heads (e.g. for use in staking of 10 or more simultaneous processes. The shaping dies are manufactured in-house to meet customer specifications. The heat staking heads can be very rapidly changed over.

Our innovative coating technologies ensure the maximum possible operating life of the heat staking die even with extremely compact plastics and provide maximum resistance to the abrasive wear and erosion to which the forming surfaces in contact with the product are exposed. Coatings with a micro hardness (HV 0.05) up to 3,300 are used.

System control allows freely programmable heating and cooling phases, comprehensive monitoring functions (warning- and malfunction messages for all possible parameters), workpiece or maintenance counters, storage of manufacturing parameters for 10 or more products, possibility of displaying all identified process parameters etc. All changes to process-relevant parameters are password protected. Serious fault reports, (such as the breaching of malfunction values or repeated alarms) can only be overridden by means of an additional key switch.

In combination with the safety casing, the system satisfies all working safety requirements. The safety door of the housing, which is monitored by a safety switch, can be can be unlocked and opened by a key switch.
Consequently, the system functioning can be controlled during set-up and maintenance operations or heat seal head replacement can be carried out.


08 Mar
Published:
08 March, 2017
Categorie:
Heat Staking - Know How

Heat Staking - Know How 1

Heat Staking

The plastic domes fed through the circuit board are formed into a rivet by the die, so that the circuit board is fixed in the plastic part.


Thermoplastic materials such as PA, PP, PBT, POM, PC and PE (also with glass fibre content) are caulked.
The heat required for the process is introduced into the plastic via pulse-heated dies.


Under the action of the necessary application force, the components are positively and firmly bonded.
The die(s) are moved to the product via a pneumatic shaft and the necessary process force is generated via spring elements.


According to the application, the heating of the die takes place before or during the contact with the product.
On completion of the fusing process, the die is lifted from the fusing point. Depending on the plastic used, the die can also be cooled before it is lifted.


All relevant process parameters, such as temperature, force and sealing path, are electronically measured by the control system and monitored in adjustable control windows.


Deviations from programmed parameters are reliably identified and indicated. The data can be stored for documentation and archiving.


Dies are not subject to contamination and can be coated to withstand mechanical wear, especially for applications using glass-fibre-filled plastics.


Warm- or hot-caulking systems are used as individual work stations or as “srand-alone systems” with integral control as well as in automated production lines or turntable systems with offset control.