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Adhesive Material Cards Benefit Design Simulation and Testing - (04/27/2021)
Most agree that an efficient and cost-effective design method involves using computer simulated models to determine the best materials to use. Rather than physical testing on a product, computer...
Introducing a New 210 mL Cartridge Size for Fusor Repair Adhesives - (04/21/2021)
You asked, and we listened: most Fusor products are now available in global standard packaging with a 210 mL (7.1 oz) fill rate.Subtle changes, from modifications to adhesive mix, new packaging...
Eliminate the Need for Expensive Self-Bonding LSRs - (03/24/2021)
A new adhesion additive technology, Chemlok 3Stream, is disrupting the liquid silicone rubber (LSR) industry by transforming regular LSR into self-bonding LSR. This new technology eliminates the...
Prevent Read-Through on Trailer Panels—Even when Using Thin-Gauge Substrates - (03/10/2021)
Today’s trailers typically use thin-gauge substrates instead of the thick-gauge aluminum or steel components that were once standard. Aluminum is the most common substrate material, with...
Understanding the Procedures for One-Component vs. Two-Component Seam Sealers - (02/05/2021)
Seam sealers are an essential part of duplicating factory appearance while making a repair to automobiles and industrial heavy-duty trucks, buses and trailers. Currently, repair shops can use either...
When to Use Direct-to-Metal vs. Standard Seam Sealers - (02/05/2021)
The seam sealer you choose for your repair is tasked with providing a robust level of corrosion protection while bonding metal surfaces together. The tough, flexible material duplicates the factory...
Case Study: Off-Road Vehicles Go the Distance with Structural Adhesives - (02/03/2021)
Erik Petroni, director of Never Quit Never LLC—an organization that hosts free U.S. Military health and fitness events around the world for U.S. armed service members, with a focus on...
2k versus 1k Adhesives for Auto Assembly - (01/11/2021)
Automobile manufacturers are finding plenty of motivation to convert to two-component (2K) adhesives from one-component (1K) solutions. As automobile designs advance, the industry is moving toward...
Eliminating Read Through with 2k Adhesives for Automotive Components - (10/20/2020)
Automobile assembly applications require the use of specific 2K adhesives for bonding substrates without resulting in read-through. Bond line read-through (BLRT) is the visible distortion (surface...
Reduction of Stress Points Using an Adhesive for Automotive Assembly - (09/09/2020)
In the past, the automobile assembly process solely relied on attaching metal parts through mechanically fastening using rivets or welding. Mechanical fastening has its shortcomings, including...
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