Resistance hard-soldering / Welding with hard-solder

If the melting points of two join partners or their material properties diverge to such an extent that a reliable connection at constant quality (i.e. without variance) is difficult to achieve, we use additives for your application, which are automatically added to the welding process. By adding application-specific solders we achieve extremely high peel adhesion and separating forces with minimum variance. The alloys formed even among join partners which are difficult to combine mean that these connections also have top-level electrical properties. The process sequences specifically developed by STRUNK and the handling of the solder materials guarantee maximum process reliability with monitoring from the manual workstation through to complete automation. Our solder feeds are equipped with motordriven unwinders with loop control as well as incremental and sensory monitoring of the solder quantity and position. Special handling systems guarantee positions and dimensional stability with maximum accuracy.

The optional AUTOEJECT function turns manual workstations into a hybrid between manual and full automation. It allows output to be maximised for assemblies where automation is difficult.

The plant is loaded manually, the welding process with handling including ejection and removal of the finished assembly is then fully automatic. These processing cells are completely encased in line with safety regulations.

Alongside the feeding of brazing solder, a soft solder can be used for the tin coating of crimped cables on the face side.

Battery management / Cell connectors / HV connectors for hybrid and EV / Bus bars

FULLY AUTOMATIC SYSTEM SOLUTIONS

FULLY AUTOMATIC SYSTEM SOLUTIONS

 

SEMI-AUTOMATIC SYSTEM SOLUTIONS

SEMI-AUTOMATIC SYSTEM SOLUTIONS

 

MODULE SOLUTIONS FOR INTEGRATION

MODULE SOLUTIONS FOR INTEGRATION

 

MANUAL OPERATIONS

MANUAL OPERATIONS

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27. - 28.09.2017