INDUCTIVE INSERTION

Inductive insertion is a process by which threaded metal inserts are rapidly heated through the use of induction and then inserted into plastic parts for a strong and lasting bond.

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Inductive insertion is a process by which threaded metal inserts are rapidly heated through the use of induction and then inserted into plastic parts for a strong and lasting bond. The process can be tailored to a range of parts and can be used with three, four, and six-axis robots for parts with multiple insert locations. Parts with three or fewer inserts on the same plane may benefit from servo or pneumatic actuation.

During the process, inserts are loaded by the operator or automated feeder bowl, moved into the induction coil, heated, and then driven into the plastic part – often with no flash visible.

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