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Feats of Engineering Part 1: A Sea-Change in Adhesive Chemistry - (01/22/2020)
Did you know:Wind turbine blades can be almost as long as airplane wings; the longest blades spin at up to 180 mph at their tips—and load-bearing structural adhesives are often part of blade...
How Electric Vehicles are Driving Growth of Autonomous Vehicles - (01/20/2020)
There is a trillion-dollar market developing around the world through the use of disruption technology in driverless vehicles. Autonomous vehicles (AVs) are expected to be designed as ACES (...
Choosing an Attachment System – Which Mount Is Right for You? - (01/09/2020)
Mounts are small parts that have a big job. They isolate vibrations within equipment, extending the life of that equipment while improving safety and, when installed in human-operated machinery,...
Beyond Ordinary Glue Part 2: Acrylic Adhesives - (01/08/2020)
Many advancements in adhesive chemistry occurred during the WWII era, as researchers sought new materials that could be used to support the war effort. Acrylics are no exception. Their strong bond...
Thermally Conductive Chemistries: What's the Difference? - (01/08/2020)
With the growing demand for electric vehicles (EVs), competition is at an all-time high. Automakers have strict specifications on how components for EVs should be created, so the need for thermal...
The Effects of Cooling on Electric Vehicle Battery Degradation - (12/19/2019)
An article by Quartz explores the connection between fast charging of electric vehicles and battery degradation over the lifetime of the car. It’s still unknown how many years it will take...
Beyond Ordinary Glue Part 1: Adhesive Basics - (12/18/2019)
“Adhesive” can be synonymous with “glue,” but structural adhesives are much different than ordinary hardware store products. Structural adhesives are engineered to form bonds...
Why Does NVH & Lightweighting Matter in Autonomous Vehicles? - (12/12/2019)
Noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) control are already an important part of the collision repair process, but they are expected to play an even larger role as to autonomous vehicles (AVs) continue...
Adhesives: The Quiet Choice - (12/05/2019)
Environmental and occupational noises have become a health, safety and welfare concern in countries around the world. And, riveting panels during truck or trailer assembly can be a noisy...
Engineering Breakthrough Speeds Up Manufacturing Process Part 2: Structural Polyurethane Adhesive Applications - (11/12/2019)
In Part 1 of our series, Engineering Breakthrough Speeds Up Manufacturing Process, we learned how fourth-generation structural polyurethane adhesives have a much shorter cure time than previous...
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