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linear vibration

linear vibration welding employs frictional heat at the joint interface of two mated parts. The heat is generated by moving one part against the other under pressure through a linear displacement in the plane of the joint or amplitude. When a molten state is reached at the joint interface, vibration is stopped. Clamping pressure is maintained briefly while the molten plastic solidifies to form a bond.

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