Traditionally, two similar or dissimilar wires were joined by either welding them (melting together) or soldering them (applying a metal with a lower melting point). So what is micro soldering? Micro soldering is the joining of ultra-fine wires which may by as small as 9 microns, (5 – 10 times thinner than a human hair).
In today’s world, there is an increasing demand for miniaturized and microscopic parts for components, such as sensors and transducers. Building these components requires the ability to join ultra-fine wires and introduces constraints that preclude traditional welding and soldering methods. Ultra-fine wires are often used to wind coils used to manufacture state-of-the-art micro-motion control and positioning systems.
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