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21.05.2019

Webinar on the innovative MultiMaterial Welding technology

Lasse Behrmann

Please sign up for the webinar here.

Sandwich materials are an integral part of current and future mobility strategies in the automotive, aerospace and rail vehicle industries. They offer high strength, low weight and flexible application possibilities both indoors and out. At the same time, these materials place high demands on the efficiency, safety and cost-effectiveness of the joining technology used. With the MultiMaterial-Welding technology (MM-W), KVT-Fastening and Bossard now offer a solution that removes the limitations of traditional fasteners: The innovative process uses ultrasonic energy in combination with thermoplastic connecting elements to achieve a force-locking and form-fit bond in porous materials, sheet metal structures, sandwich materials, injection moulded and pressed parts. 

Learn more about the revolutionary MultiMaterial-Welding in our free webinar on May 29 at 2.30 pm. Register now and find out more about the advantages MM-W technology can offer your company. The content of the webinar in brief:
  • Overview of the basic principle: How does joining with ultrasound work?
  • Presentation of the innovative LiteWWeight Pin technology
  • Overview of the further technical MM-W portfolio
  • Presentation of various automation solutions 
  • Sample projects, guarantee of process reliability
  • Comparison to alternative fastening solutions
  • MM-W - the complete solution from a single source from KVT-Fastening

Note: The webinar will be held in English. We will be happy to answer your questions in German as well as after the event.

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