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Percussion Welder

DON'T COMPROMISE DESIGN. FORGE INNOVATION.

In a world where milliseconds and millimeters make all the difference, Percussion Welder gives you the competitive edge.

Percussion welding breaks all the rules when it comes to micro-welding. Open a whole new world of opportunity for designers and engineers who are no longer forced to compromise their designs, but instead use optimal materials and mechanical design.

Micro-welding is a type of welding that uses percussion to create a stronger bond between two pieces of metal. It is often used in the aerospace and automotive industries, where strength and durability are paramount.

Micro-welding can be performed manually or with the help of a machine, and it usually takes less than a minute to complete. The process begins by applying pressure to the two pieces of metal that need to be joined. This pressure creates friction, which generates heat. Once the metal is hot enough, the welder applies a filler material to the joint. This material helps to create a stronger bond between the two pieces of metal. Once the filler material has cooled, the joint is complete.

Micro-welding is an efficient and reliable way to join metals, and it can be used on a variety of different materials.

Micro-welding can be performed with a variety of methods, but the most common is percussion welding. In this method, an electrode is used to create a series of rapid sparks between the two pieces of metal. The heat from the sparks melts the metal, causing the two pieces to fuse together. Micro-welding is a precise and effective way to join together small components. 

Micro Welders Equipment

Micro welding is a type of welding that uses high-frequency percussion to create a weld. It is often used for delicate welds, such as those on electronic components, where heat would damage the surrounding material. Micro welding can also be used to join dissimilar materials, such as metals and plastics. Percussion welding works by rapidly vibrating the two pieces of material to be joined together. This causes them to melt and fuse, forming a strong bond. Because micro welding does not rely on heat, it can be used in situations where other types of welding would be impractical or impossible. As a result, it is an essential tool for many manufacturers.

Create direct welds between dissimilar metals, capable of withstanding shock, vibration, and temperature extremes.

Dissimilar Metals
Welds from percussion welding are strong. In pull tests, the wire often breaks before the weld does.

Weld without reducing the hardness of the metal, increasing resistance or introducing incompatible material.

Micro Wire Welder
Welds from percussion welding are strong. In pull tests, the wire often breaks before the weld does.

Create direct welds between dissimilar metals, capable of withstanding shock, vibration, and temperature extremes.

Micro Laser Welding

Percussion welding generates a minuscule heat-affected zone, and there’s never a need to crimp and solder because you’re creating an autonomous weld.

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Percussion welding breaks all the rules when it comes to micro-welding.

Watch this short video to see Percussion Welder in action. Then take another minute to think about how Percussion Welder could help optimize your next design.

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No matter what your micro-welding challenge is, the Percussion Welder team at MTI Micro welding is available to offer guidance, answer questions, and even run live, in-person tests using our equipment.