This week in adhesives news, Dow Automotive Systems has added a carbon fiber injection bonding technique to its repertoire.

According to the article, the technique works with its Betaforce composite bonding adhesives and can be used to adhere carbon fiber to metal and may help manufacturers with lightweighting projects. The two-component polyurethane adhesive reportedly has a high elongation factor and strong adhesion to multi-material substrates. Betaforce can reportedly join carbon fiber with coated steel and coated aluminum.

Read the full story here.

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