Articles Tagged with ''adhesives in assembly''

Advancing Adhesives: High-Performance Epoxy Paste for Aircraft Applications

A new structural adhesive for metal and composite aircraft parts reduces cure time and costs.
By Wenfeng Kuang, John Leonard, K.P. Subrahmanian, and Tim Truong
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Primary and secondary structures that comprise modern aircraft are typically combinations of metals and lightweight carbon fiber- or glass fiber-reinforced polymer composites joined using high-performance adhesives.


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Nordson Opens Shanghai Technical Center

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Nordson Corp. recently announced the opening of a new 2,000-sq-m technical center in Shanghai.
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DOE Sponsors Advanced Composites Manufacturing Institute Competition

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A new competition to provide $70 million to launch a new Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation Institute has been announced.
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SCOTT BADER: Methacrylate Structural Adhesive

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Crestabond® M1-04 is a new rapid bonding 10:1 ratio primerless methacrylate structural adhesive.
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UV LED Curing Technology

UV LED curing is fast becoming an accepted, user-friendly technology for a variety of manufacturing processes.
By Stacy Hoge
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UV LED curing refers to a technique that uses “energy” output from the light emitting diodes (LEDs) in the ultraviolet (UV) spectrum to treat coatings, adhesives, inks and other UV-curable materials.


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HENKEL CORP.: Retaining Compounds

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This company has developed two Loctite anaerobic retaining compounds.
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LORD Names Ellsworth Adhesives Distributor of the Year

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LORD Corp. recently announced it has named Ellsworth Adhesives as its Product Assembly Adhesives Division Distributor of the Year for 2013.
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Ask Dr. Dave: How should I choose between an acrylic adhesive and an epoxy?

Dave Dunn's January 2014 column.
By Dave Dunn Ph.D.
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 Both types of adhesives are very versatile; the choice depends on your operating environments and manufacturing situation. 


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2013 Recap: “Interesting Times”

The adhesives and sealants industry saw lots of acquisitions and consolidations, as well as some great new technologies come into play this year.
By Susan Sutton
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Be sure to look at our various recap stories.


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HENKEL CORP.: Polymer Adhesives

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The flexible elastomeric adhesives reportedly provide high-strength bonds in rigorous applications where stress and vibration can compromise the performance of more rigid adhesives.
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ExxonMobil Tackifier Expansion

Dwight Tozer, vice president of ExxonMobil’s Adhesion Industry business, discusses the company’s latest tackifier expansion project with Editor-in-Chief Susan Sutton.

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Handbook of Sealant Technology

The Handbook of Sealant Technology provides an in-depth examination of sealants, reviewing their historical developments and fundamentals, adhesion theories and properties, and today’s wide range of applications.

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ASI 2014 Buyers GuideASI's Buyers' Guide

Annual purchasing resource for equipment used in the manufacture/formulation of adhesives, sealants, pressure sensitives, tapes and labels and for application of finished adhesives. 

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