Assembly of Co-axial Cable

Joining Method : Soldering

Features of Pulse Heat Joining (Hot Bar Bonding)

Pulse heat method is an instantaneous heating system where heating is made only when the solder or the plastic is melted. Because cooling and force are applied until the jointed object becomes solid, highly reliable joint can be obtained without lifting of the jointed surface.

Photo: Co-axial Cable
Co-axial Cable
Photo: Upper and Bottom Pulse Heat(For Connection of the Ground Bar)
Upper and Bottom Pulse Heat
(For Connection of the Ground Bar)
Image: Soldering of Ground Bar (Upper and Lower)
Soldering of Ground Bar
(Upper and Lower)
Image: Soldering of Connector
Soldering of Connector
Image: Shell Soldering
Shell Soldering

Assembly of Co-axial Cable

Mass soldering of multi-pin cable can be achieved stably by temperature control of the heater tip based on the temperature feedback. We are offering equipment for various applications such as mass soldering of upper and lower ground bar, soldering of connector and core wire, and shell soldering. Over crushing of wire can be prevented by displacement feedback.

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Applicable Machine Models

Soldering of Ground Bar (Upper and Lower)
Soldering of Connector
Shell Soldering

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Sample Test

We will be pleased to test your sample with our proposed joining method, and return it with a report.

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