​​How Plastic Welding Processes Improve with Infrared Cameras

Infrared (IR) welding has been utilized in manufacturing for around thirty years, becoming a mainstay in the assembly of larger materials and materials that may have high hermetic or strength requisites. In a traditional infrared welding process, parts are held in pairs near an infrared platen that melt adjoining surfaces. Once the temperature is sufficient, the platen is removed, and both parts are pressed together, remolding under pressure.

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