Wichita State University Uses Ambrell for Induction Welding System

Wichita State University Uses Ambrell for Induction Welding System

Wichita State University’s (WSU) National Institute for Aviation Research (NIAR) announced the addition of a new technology to its Automated Technologies Laboratory for Aerospace Systems (ATLAS): a fully integrated thermoplastic welding system. The new thermoplastic welding (fusion bonding) system features in-process inspections and closed-loop controls for continuous welds using an industrial robot. An Ambrell induction heating system is part of the welding system. Learn more on WSU's website.


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