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expired-can Managing the Components in your Adhesive Mixing Room

Used in small quantities, minor components can have a disproportionate impact on an adhesive system’s performance.

thermally-conductive-adheives FAQ: Thermally Conductive Adhesives

Solve challenges with high-heat applications that thermal conductive pads can’t handle.

Calculating a Component’s Total Designed-In Cost

How a company’s product and hidden costs can soar due to mixing adhesives in-house.

adhesive-glass-beads Controlling Bond Line Thickness

Glass spheres-filled adhesives move the bond line process control from a manufacturing process to a “designed in” feature.

vacuum-degassing How Vacuum Degassing Can Contaminate Your Adhesive Mix

How vacuum degassing can introduce contaminants into your mix – often unknowingly.

adhesive-voids Why You Have Voids in Your Cured Adhesive

Mixing multi-part adhesives requires a great deal of stirring, a process that whips in a lot of air.

thermometer Why Temperature and Humidity Affect Your Mix

Temperature and humidity greatly affect viscosity, pot life, adhesive performance, and cured properties.

wooden-sticks Adhesive Mix Variables that Lead to Failure

Three of the more common variables of the mix process that can lead to potential failure.

appli-tec-urethane-adhesive Urethanes Absorb Stress of Thermocycling

Learn how urethane adhesives help mitigate the stresses of aerospace applications.

pmf-adhesive-syringes-appli-tec FAQ: Adhesive Pot Life and Syringe Size

What size syringe should you use for your adhesive application? Answer: “It depends.”

thermally-conductive-adheives Appli-Thane 7300 Solves Circuit Board Heat Challenge

An engineer turned to Appli-Tec for an adhesive compound with high thermal conductivity and a 4-hour pot life.

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