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Application Insight: Brazing a Copper Tube and a Steel Plate

Jan 31, 2019 4:08:05 PM / by Brett Daly posted in Induction Heating, brazing


 

A company was looking to design a heating process for a new device they were developing, and they reached out to THE LAB at Ambrell to take advantage of their complimentary applications testing. The process involved brazing a copper tube and a steel plate. While this was a new process, the client also tested a torch as a part of their due diligence, and repeatability and quality were their top two priorities. 

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Application Insight: Metal-to-Plastic Insertion with a Brass Shaft

Jan 31, 2019 3:50:22 PM / by Brett Daly posted in Metal-to-Plastic, EASYHEAT, heat staking, Induction Heating

 

 

An organization had been using a torch for this metal-to-plastic insertion application involving heating a brass shaft, however it required multiple torches to meet their growing throughput requirements. Consequently, they wanted to see if induction heating could offer them a more efficient solution. They turned to THE LAB at Ambrell and took advantage of complimentary application testing.

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Ambrell to Exhibit at Southern Manufacturing & Electronics 2019

Jan 15, 2019 5:15:15 PM / by Brett Daly posted in Trade Shows, THE LAB

 

Ambrell will exhibit once again at Southern Manufacturing and Electronics. The trade fair will be held at the Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre in Farnborough, UK from 5 to 7 February. Ambrell will be exhibiting at stand G85. 

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Application Video: Annealing a Steel Part with Induction

Dec 19, 2018 11:08:54 AM / by Brett Daly posted in annealing, Induction Annealing, application video, Applications Lab

 

 

In this application video from THE LAB at Ambrell, a steel tool is heated to 1400 °F (760 °C) for an annealing application. An Ambrell EKOHEAT® induction heating power supply is used. The red sight on the part is from a pyrometer, the temperature displays on the controller to the left, and there is temperature indicating paint down the part.

 

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