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On Demand Sign Webinar Series

Join us for this educational webinar series on all things related to bonding signs. 

Powder Coating with LORD Adhesives

We’ll walk you through the steps of setting up a part to go through the oven and check the bond integrity afterwards. And, how to bond-to-paint.

Key Takeaways:

Know which products are recommended for bonding before and after powder coat

Understand proper assembly and fixturing techniques to avoid failures in the oven

How to Get Started with LORD Sign Adhesives

Do you weld or use mechanical fasteners? Have you ever wanted to try structural adhesives, but don’t know where to start? This is the webinar for you.  

Key Takeaways:

Learn about Parker LORD and its technologies for sign fabrication

Understand the different LORD chemistries and in what applications to use them

Cross-Bonding with LORD Sign Adhesives

The sign industry is driven by aesthetics and long-term performance, resulting in a wide range of materials and colors that need to be assembled together. We call this cross bonding.

Key Takeaways:

Learn about the top 3 most-popular cross bonding applications 

Understand what products to use and the surface prep needed 

Cross-reference chart for cross bonding

Metal Bonding with LORD Signlok & Maxlok Adhesives

Need to bond to metal? We’re the leader in metal bonding adhesives for sign fabrication. Now is your chance to find out why. 

Key Takeaways:

Understand the benefits of structural adhesives for metal bonding over welding and mechanical fasteners

Learn about the different metal bonding applications and what adhesive to use

Understand what bondline read-through is and how to remedy it, especially on Aluminum Composite Material (ACM)

Urethane Adhesives for Sign Fabrication

There’s no one-size-fits-all adhesive for sign fabrication – although, that would be nice, right? Let’s dive into urethane technology and discuss which substrates they’re recommended for and the typical sign applications. 

Key Takeaways:

Understand the difference between a sealant and a structural adhesive

Learn about the most popular urethane sealants and structural adhesives for sign fabrication

Review common substrate combinations and applications

Channel Letter Assembly

Do you build channel letters? If so, this is the webinar for you. Get a step-by-step guide for fabricating channel letters. Learn everything from recommended products, surface prep and proper fixturing.  

Key Takeaways:

Overview of proper purging and mixing of a cartridge

Step-by-step directions on how to bond a channel letter 

Live Q&A on Sign Fabrication

We’ve been running the show, but now it’s your turn. Suggest the topics and ask us any questions you have on building or bonding signs. You'll hear from our technical support team who is always ready to answer your questions.

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Presenter: Angela Zambanini

Angela began her career at Parker LORD in business development and marketing research. She received her undergraduate degree from Penn State Erie and Masters from NC State University. Over the last eight years, she has specialized in Structural Adhesives for industrial and transportation applications – particularly sign and service trucks. Angela's currently the Key Account Manager in the elastomer process and materials business where she's focused on helping electrify the rubber-to-substrate industry in automotive and industrial applications.