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Month: January 2016

Meet our Service Team

By weldadmin | January 25, 2016

Alvin Wells, Field Service Engineer Number of years with Miller Weldmaster: 2 Number of Installs: 10 Alvin comes to work each day with enthusiasm and motivation – he’s always ready to tackle any challenge. He is well known in our Packaging System Division and leads the installs of end bag sealers and integrated systems. Learn […]


Interested in increasing your production efficiency, decreasing production costs, or producing a more versatile product range? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you might begin researching different welding technologies to determine which is right for your business. Listed below is an overview of hot air, hot wedge, impulse and glue technologies, and […]

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The Most Commonly Welded Thermoplastics

By weldadmin | January 04, 2016

Manufacturers choose to use thermoplastic materials in their applications for several reasons including: Light weight Strength Design flexibility Low processing costs Better fatigue properties than metals Welding is one of the most common methods used to join thermoplastic materials. There are a number of methods to weld thermoplastics, each varying in the way heat is […]

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