How They Are Made: From Electronic Items to Sports Equipment

Have you ever wondered how plastic manufacturers join dissimilar materials in their plastic products? Or how the durable plastic cricket bats online were made?Some may say they use industrial glue or connective bolts. However, the secret is ultrasonic welding. This industrial technique has been the solution of plastic manufacturing companies in binding dissimilar materials in production materials and products. For a starter, this technique uses high-frequency ultrasonic acoustic vibrations that are locally applied to work pieces bound together through high pressure in order to create a solid weld.

Ultrasonic welding was first used for practical application during the 1960s, during the plastic production boom. The patent of this technique was awarded to Robert Soloff and Seymour Linsley in 1965. During the first years of this plastic welding technique, only hard plastics can be welded.

According to historical accounts, Soloff, founder of Sonics & Mate…

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Naomi Osaka can play in Dubai, next to top players

The US based tennis player has experienced a meteoric climb towards the big time as a result of moving from 72 in the world to numero uno in the past year and she is going to be participating in Dubai following her amazing accomplishment at the Australian Open.

The three-period Grand Slam champ Angelique Kerber will deal with demanding contenders which involves 8 extra players of the WTA Top 10, led by reigning US and Australian Open champ and word's best Naomi Osaka..

Kerber will need to face the two-time Wimbledon champion and 2019 Sydney victor Petra Kvitova, 2018 Australian Open champion Caroline Wozniacki, reigning French Open champion Simona Halep and other top placed contenders.

One more extremely expected arrival in Dubai is the one of Petra Kvitova. Immediately after Melbourne, Petra headed to WTA St Petersburg where she dropped to Donna Vekic in the quarter-final and she will consider some well-deserved rest ahead of c…

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