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Arc splicer

The process of joining two pieces of film or paper together by using an arc splicer is a very straightforward one. Having said that, it is essential to ensure that you are familiar with the correct procedure to carry out. Taking the time to learn how to do something the right way the first time can save you a lot of time and frustration in the long run.

Adjusting the electrode gap

Adjusting the electrode gap is something that must be done, regardless of whether you are working with a manual or a robotic splicer. The amount of heat that is delivered to the fiber will be proportional to the result of this calculation. When there is more space between the electrodes, the arc will be larger and the arc power will be higher. In addition to this, it is essential to ensure that the correct spacing is kept between the electrodes and the ground roll. Because of this, the passage of air around the spliced fiber may be restricted.


In addition to this, the splicer needs to be calibrated so that it can account for differences in the values of the various parameters. The smallest of the two differences will stand out the most, while the larger of the two will be less conspicuous. For instance, if you are splicing together two fibers with a diameter of 400 millimeters, you should set the fusion duration to 1700 degrees Celsius.


The most straightforward approach to getting the desired outcomes is to use a splicer that comes equipped with its own built-in calibrating mechanism. In addition to that, you can use this method to get the angle of the slope of the swift splicer arc. You are going to need a standard fiber and a standard splicing apparatus in order to pull off this trick.

Why choose Zhejiang TriBrer Arc splicer?

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