Emerson introduces unique hot-melt technology to meet the growing demand for complex plastic parts
Emerson has introduced a new hot-melt technology that gives manufacturers greater freedom of design by allowing them to combine more complex, delicate, and delicate components with molded plastic parts.
The Branson GPX platform uses a unique pulse staking technology that optimizes the heat staking process to achieve high quality connections, superior product aesthetics and energy savings in increasingly demanding applications.
Electronics, automotive, and medical device manufacturers need to develop more creative designs to meet rapidly changing market demand. This has led to an increase in demanding hot caulking applications that involve parts with more complex 3D geometries, closely aligned features, and fragile or heat sensitive components such as and metallized plastics.
The Branson GPX platform uses PulseStaker technology to provide instant heating and cooling with adjustable cycle times for optimized, energy-efficient heat stakeout. The process does not generate any particles or burn marks and enables sensitive and sensitive parts, such as those with embedded electronics, to be connected with consistently high performance.
The advanced technology is suitable for all hot quilting applications, including those with thermoplastic materials and metallized coated parts. A wide range of hot rivet tip designs that can be adapted to all plunge welding needs and the ability to stake out multiple points at the same time give manufacturers more design freedom.
Priyank Kishor, Global Product Manager at Branson, said, “In the automotive, electronics and medical industries, more complex, delicate and delicate components need to be connected to molded plastic parts. The unique heat staking process offered by the Branson GPX platform helps meet this demand and offers manufacturers a variety of benefits, such as great product aesthetics and lower energy consumption. “