Plastic welding is the process of joining plastic components together for the purpose of creating consumer goods, electrical devices, medical products, and many more. The most common plastic joining processes include: hot gas, extrusion, solvent, resistive implant, hot plate, injection, spin, vibration, and laser welding.

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