I just joined this group and I'm not sure if this is to answer specific technical questions or if this to talk about ultrasonic welding in general, but here goes my question and you let me know:
I set up a reject limit for welding collapse distance, let's say I set it up to collpase 0.0004 in and set the reject limits between 0.0003 and 0.0005 in. I then monitor the weld results screen to check the values of each welding cycle. I notice the cycle is 0.00041, 0.00043, etc. but always within the limits, but anyways an alarm is generated. When I go to the alarm it says "Actual value = 0.0007", so the value on the result screen is different from the value on the alarm, and that happens on every cycle. I have not found a way to correct that, not even by calling Branson technical support.
Can anybody help?
Thanks in advance!
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