The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the overall economy, and on the specialty textiles industry specifically, is still shaking out. Although no company has remained unscathed, the stories coming out of the industry are not uniformly dire. While some suppliers and end product manufacturers have experienced harrowing drops in business and profits, others have managed to hold the line somewhat—although their fortunes have depended on the markets they serve and their ability to turn to products suddenly in demand.

Regardless of how they’ve fared individually so far, industry members are united in their uncertainty as to what the future holds.


Just installed another TOTAL SOLUTION to an essential business provided and supported by JTE. All we need is your available production space, and we can design and provide the world’s most efficient industrial fabric end product manufacturing system, starting with automatic roll handling, to automatic cutting and marking (direct from your order file), to automatic RF welding with custom guides and material handling features. Call or email JTE today sales@jtemachines.com


Miller Weldmaster  T112

Hot Air Fabric Welder, manufactured in 1990’s, complete with 22 ft. table, hem and keder guides, 100 per cent operational.

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USED JTE 6kw Single Stationary Welder

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USED JTE 6kw Automatic Platen Shuttle 32”x 23”

Total weld area is 36 inches on most materials.

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USED FIAB P5 (upgraded to a 8kw) TRAVELING RF WELDER 1000mm tool holder refreshed by FIAB  with 16m of track and table

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USED Forsstrom TDW MEGA 650 20KwTRAVELING RF WELDER, AS IS, WITH USED  20m TABLE AND TRACK 1600mm tool holder, with impulse welding tool

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What is RF Welding? RF Welding refers to the process of bonding materials together through the use of electromagnetic energy. While RF does involve the heating up of molecules within materials, there is no external heat source applied topically to the material. Materials that are commonly RF welded include PET, PETG, PVC, Thermoplastic Polyurethanes, Open Celled Polyurethanes, and LDPE/EVA. Today there are only a handful of manufacturers based in the U.S., with JTE leading the way in providing advanced controls for all of its RF machines, with a specialization in automation and integrated cutting operations.

Many industries such as the medical industry are searching for more efficient ways to produce their products very quickly and precisely. With the built in PLC and HMI systems, JTE Machines are able to provide their customers with a more advanced system that continuously monitors the inputs and outputs of the operation. The PLC system keeps a memory of the weld cycles, settings and an errors that may occur during the welding process. With these features, the PLC is capable of detecting errors sooner rather than later, saving time and material waste while providing manufacturers with a way to validate the overall process. With the unique HMI system that JTE Machines provides, the HMI monitor is easily operated with its advanced color touch screen system, and accessible USB port.  JTE Machines provides the most advanced PLC and HMI controlled machines to the industry, as well as the most customized and innovative tools for perimeter, tube, chamber and two-stage welding.

These high tech features of the JTE Machines have recently been implemented into their most recent project. The newest machine is designed to enable multiple types of products with minimal change overtime; this minimizes the downtime on the machine. With the addition of a robotic off loader, the number of operators needed is reduced. This automated machine produces higher quality end products that are welded with high accuracy. Some additional components of the JTE Machines include

auto-tuning, pneumatic sliding tool holder, servo driven clamp index system, programmable index length, and two position automatic  mandrel loading system. JTE Machines takes the needs of the customer into consideration before designing the most efficient machine that will work best for their RF welding requirements.

Not only is JTE Machines adopting the most updated technologies in the industry, JTE Machines provides a very strong support system that is always ready to help with any needs. JTE is one of the few companies in the industry that offers dedicated 24/7 expert technical support. This support system specifically benefits its high volume automation solution customers. JTE offers a comprehensive Preventative Maintenance program that entails one visit per year for a full inspection, cleaning, and calibration of the system for optimized production. Also, there is a complimentary 24/7 over the phone service with extended warranty. JTE Machines is constantly looking to enforce the most updated technologies into their machines as well as providing their customers with the most reliable support system possible. To learn more about what JTE can do to improve your production, email sales@jtemachines.com


The annual IFAI Expo will take place on October 15th through October 18th at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, Texas. JTE will have a booth at the expo, where we will be showcasing our latest line of automated welding and cutting solutions. JTE is one of the few companies in the world that offers items like a fully integrated, material roll storage and delivery system, and multi-function static and conveyor cutting systems together with RF Welding and we are excited to bring these new innovations in automation to the Expo.

One of the machines that JTE will introduce is the multifunction cutter. Ours is one of the first solutions to showcase the marriage of automation and fabric RF welding, the multifunction cutter is an automatic flatbed or conveyor cutting machine that is specially designed for cutting and marking flexible materials. This machine can be used across multiple industries- including the awnings, inflatables, industrial doors, and tensile structures to name a few.  Adding automation to your current fabric welding lineup not only increases efficiency, but increases the life of the machine and decreases the cost of ownership. To learn more about adding automation, stop by our booth which is number #909.

In other exciting news, JTE will be hosting a giveaway throughout the duration of the Expo! Each day there will be an Amazon gift card up for grabs, with values ranging from 25$ all the way to 100$. Everyone who signs up for the giveaway has a chance to win all three prizes, unless you have already won a prize. Entry is easy- simply visit our website to fill out the form.

We know that the Expo is a crazy three days, which is why we are offering the option to schedule your demo ahead of time so that you can better maximize your time- and to make sure you get in to see us! Click here to schedule your demo.

We look forward to seeing everyone at the Expo!






Many people may be familiar with the phrase “RF Welding” but are unsure as to what it really means. RF (radio frequency) welding, also known as HF or high-frequency welding, refers to the process of bonding materials together through the use of electromagnetic energy. This process creates an oscillating electric field that shifts and moves polar molecules within the materials between a tool and the platen. When these molecules move, they release energy in the form of heat. When enough of this energy is applied, the molecules begin to melt and bond to one another. The weld is completed by applying pressure to the bonded area, ensuring a successful seal without any external heat.

What Factors Influence a Good Weld?

There are many factors that affect the strength and quality of a seal in RF welding. Some of the most important factors in creating a good seal include tooling layout, weld thickness, and machine control. All RF welds require adjustments in the power level, pressure level, and time for both weld and cooling settings. The best RF weld results from machines that control the power, pressure, and time precisely throughout the welding cycle. The appeal of RF welding lies in the completeness of the weld that it provides. When you choose RF welding as your method, you can create very robust hermetic seals. These seals are airtight, as many welds are subject to peel tests, leak tests, and optical tests to determine whether or not the correct conditions have been achieved.

What Materials Can Be Welded?

Here is a list of the most common materials the RF welding is performed on:

  • PET
  • PETG
  • PVC
  • Thermoplastic Polyurethanes
  • Open Celled Polyurethanes

Is RF the same as Heat Sealing?

While many people, including some RF machine manufacturers, refer to their RF machines as “Heat Sealers”, the term is inaccurate when explaining RF technology. Heat sealing is the process of sealing one thermoplastic to another similar thermoplastic using heat and pressure. The direct contact method of heat sealing utilizes a constantly heated die or sealing bar to apply heat to a specific contact area or path to seal or weld the thermoplastics together. While RF does involve the heating up of molecules within materials, there is no external heat source applied topically to the material. In fact, the RF tool is usually regulated to maintain the same temperature as the ambient temperature or just slightly warmer to produce the most efficient RF weld.

History of RF Welding for Plastic Materials

RF (HF) welding can also be referred to as dielectric welding, and is a relatively mature technology with regard to welding plastics. It has been around for over 50 years, starting in Europe, as a result of theoretical knowledge of the first radar systems and post-war experience accrued in the field of inductive and capacitive heating of materials. Today there are only a handful of manufacturers based in the U.S., with JTE leading the way in providing advanced controls for all of its RF machines, with a specialization in automation and conversion of existing sewing operations.

If your machine is not as efficient as you would like, your welder may not be the right machine for the job. Our eBook 5 Signs That You May Be Using the Wrong Fabric Welder can help you figure out the answer to this question, and help you find the machine that fits your welding needs. 





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