INDUCTION NUT INSERTION
We Offer You:
Experience covering a range of nut sizes, nut material, and plastics.
Expertise in building induction heated nut insertion machines since our founding in 2000.
Confidence as we’ve refined our machine and tool designs over nearly two decades to meet the application’s need, whether it’s insertion positioning relative to the part or space, multi-tool flexibility, or fast cycle time.
What is Hot Nut Insertion?
Hot nut insertion is the process of inserting a threaded nut into a plastic part. There are three main technologies for hot nut insertion applications: inductive heating, conductive heating, and ultrasonic insertion. Inductive hot nut insertion involves heating the nut in a magnetic field produced by an inductive coil. Conductive heating is the process of either pre-heating the plastic prior to insertion, or partially inserting the nut and heating both the plastic and the nut directly via a heated probe. Ultrasonic insertion uses a sonotrode that contacts the insert directly to generate heat through friction. To learn more about our hot nut insertion process, please contact us below.