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Stapla Ultrasonics Corporation
375 Ballardvale St 
Wilmington MA Massachusetts
United States 01887
Phone: +1 978 658 9400 x244, Fax: +1 978 658 6550
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Ultrasonic Welding - STAPLA Ultrasonics Homepage Innovations that define ultrasonic metal welding 1984 the first compact splice welder with easy tool changeover and gathering block. Adjustment of tool size within a few minutes (MOSKITO). 1985 the first electronic device for quality control (QC-M). 1985 the first device for electronic monitoring of wire compression (QC-F). 1986 the first welding equipment with automatic tool adjustment in less than 5 seconds and in 0.1 mm increments (MOSKITO-Automatic). 1988 the first monitor controlled splice welder with automatic pre-programming of parameters and tooling with extensive quality control including SPC capability (QC-Fox). 1991 the first splice-welding equipment not requiring any parameter and tool adjustments (STAPLA-Q1). 1995 the most simple ultrasonics splicer digital controller with ultimate process quality control capability (STAPLA-CONTROLLER). 1996 the first seam welding system for solar panel assemblies. 1997 the first rotary welding system for A1 packaging. 1997 the first precision 20kHz universal welder for termination of flat-ribbon cables. 1998 the only portable splicer capable of welding a cross section of 40mm 2 on the harness board. 1999 a universal terminal press is introduced for ultrasonic wire termination. Stapla carries a full line of special welding systems for manual and fully automatic operation. Spot welding (CONDOR), Seam Welder, terminal welder (Ultrasonic Applicator), flat ribbon cable, ULTRAINDEXER - multi-connection application and the Tip Welder - solidifying stranded wires. Top of Page