Thermal press machines are an ideal solution for companies that regularly assemble small plastic parts. Plastic Assembly tools and thermal press machines allow for advanced control and turnaround thanks to the ability to configure the plastic parts on an assembly line. Other advantages to these proprietary Plastic Assembly Systems machines include clean and odorless operation and no need for adhesives or screws.

Heat Staking Machines For Your Needs

Are you looking for a thermal assembly system suited to your business’ style? Here are popular models for specific applications:

  • Precision and Turnaround: If you’re looking for precision and speed, then our PAS Model STS 2000 Thermal System is for you. It features servo control technology, allowing maximum control over the Z-axis during a run, as well as precise control over temperature, pressure, time, and cooling. This system is suitable for small, medium, and large parts. It is also designed with advanced automation, making it a great choice for large-volume operations.
  • High-Tonnage: If your production run consists exclusively of medium to large parts, then our Model .2500IAS Intelligent Actuator System is a good choice. It is capable of performing several operations simultaneously. Along with increased productivity and faster cycle times, you still maintain control over the time, temperature, cooling, and pressure. This machine is designed for closed-loop heat staking and uses direct contact heated tools.
  • Trial Runs: For low-volume runs and hand operation, choose our ARB Arbor Press. It can easily be used for heat staking, embossing, date coding, plating, and sealing film.

Tell Us What You Need, We’ll Find The Solution

Here at PAS, we not only offer contract assembly services, but we strive to make thermal assembly easier for our customers. Contact us for any of your questions regarding heat staking, spin welding, ultrasonic welding, or any other related thermoplastics topic. Call us at 203-393-0639 or toll free at 866-882-1701. You can also find more information on our resources and video pages.