AMADA MIYACHI AMERICA Highlights Resistance Welding, Pulsed Arc Welding and Laser Processing Equipment for Battery Pack Manufacturing at The Battery Show 2019

Visit Booth #2552 to see systems for battery pack welding and marking applications

MONROVIA, CA - Amada Miyachi America, Inc., a leading manufacturer of resistance welding, laser welding, marking, cutting, and micromachining equipment and systems, will highlight its latest equipment selections for battery manufacturing applications at The Battery Show 2019, to be held September 10-12, 2019, in Novi, Michigan. Visit Booth # 2552 in the Suburban Collection Showplace to see CD-V Series capacitive discharge (CD) welding power supplies with TL-V weld heads and the LMWS workstation paired with the LMF70-HP pulsed fiber laser for marking and welding. Also on display will be the MM-400A desktop resistance weld checker and the MM-410A handheld resistance weld tester.


The CD-V CD welding power supply on display is a high value compact capacitive discharge welder featuring dual pulse output with full control of both pulses. This welding power supply is ideal for battery tab welding, especially paired with the TL-V dual, pneumatic weld head.

The LMWS laser processing workstation to be showcased is paired with the LMF70-HP 70W pulsed fiber laser. LMWS offers advanced processing power for marking, engraving and welding thin metals up to 0.010 inches (250 micron). It is also ideal for welding dissimilar metals, including copper to aluminum, aluminum to stainless and steel, and copper to stainless steel.

Both the MM-400A desktop resistance weld checker and MM-410A handheld resistance weld tester on display are ideal for monitoring and managing key welding variables in process development and production environments. The compact units support AC, DC inverter, AC inverter, transistor and capacitive discharge resistance welding technologies.

With the MM-400A, operators can easily monitor and manage key welding variables that result in changes in weld heat, including current, voltage, time, force and displacement. The MM-410A handheld features a simple and intuitive user interface and color touch panel display, providing information on current, voltage, weld time, and force.

For more information, visit the Amada Miyachi America, Inc. website at http://www.amadamiyachi.com, or visit us in Booth #2552 at The Battery Show to discuss your battery welding application.
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About AMADA MIYACHI AMERICA
Since 1948, Amada Miyachi America, Inc. has worked to achieve one goal: to solve customer's manufacturing challenges. Knowing there is no one solution that fits all, the company strives to provide customers with innovative and reliable manufacturing technology solutions in an effort to be their single source provider. Amada Miyachi America manufactures equipment and systems for resistance welding, laser welding, laser marking, laser cutting, hermetic sealing and hot bar reflow soldering and bonding. The company serves a wide range of markets including medical devices, battery, aerospace, automotive and electronic components. Amada Miyachi America is an ISO9001 certified company. Contact Amada Miyachi America at info@amadamiyachi.com. Learn more about the company's products and services at www.amadamiyachi.com.

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