Welding

Ideas – competent Implementation

Would you be equipped with modern concepts in future, would you accomplish developments and improvements of processes and products?

As institute of plastics technology, we possess many years of experience in projects and develop competitive and sustainable solutions as well. Exclusively for you as well as by merging several industrial and research partners, we are fully committed to your technological progress.

Our application and market-oriented research on behalf of companies or with the support of public funding increases their innovative capacity.

Use our competences and experiences for your lead in innovation.

Our Key Subjects

welding

The KUZ research focuses on series welding technologies to achieve a comprehensive expert knowledge. Serial joining techniques are in demand of automotive and instrumentation industry, especially adapted to the features of the manufacturing components. If you need to select and modify the appropriate joining method, we would like to assist you with our expertise and experience.

R&D- activities (selected):
  1. Ultrasonic riveting with optimized head shape
    contact: Tino Jahnke

  1. Investigations of the welding zone of polyamide moulded parts during infrared-welding under tempered conditions
    contact:
    Wolfgang Kazmirzak

  1. Development of a temperature control system suitable on vibrating elements, which is based on an inductive heating
    contact:
    Stefan Lehmann

  1. Development of tempered roll seam sonotrodes for continuous welding of films made of high-temperature plastics
    contact:
    Ingo Hoveling

  1. Optimisation of design and processes of plastic rivet joints
    contact:
    Tino Jahnke

  1. Development of sonotrodes for ultrasonic welding by using selective laser melting
    contact: Thomas Zwicker

  1. Ultrasonic riveting and flanging of micro-moulded parts made of high-temperature plastics
    contact:
    Tino Jahnke

  1. Ultrasonic tacking of ETFE-films with tempered sonotrodes
    contact:
    Ingo Hoveling

  1. Ultrasonic riveting of conventional and high-temperature plastics by using tempered sonotrodes at 20 kHz
    contact:
    Wolfgang Kazmirzak