Induction bonding uses induction heating to cure bonding adhesives. It is the main method for curing adhesives and sealants for car components, and also cures the adhesives in composite-to-metal and carbon fibre-to-carbon-fibre joints. Spot-bonding heats small segments of the materials to be joined, and full-ring bonding heats complete joints.
- Precise energy inputs for each panel with spot bonding systems
- Small heat affected zones minimise total panel elongation
- Little need for spare coils with a one-size-fits-all coil for full-ring bonding