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Webinar: The Impact of Surface Preparation on Adhesive Performance

Join us as Douglas Katze, Defense & Space Sr. Market Manager for Henkel and Bill Buschle, Manager of Applications Development for BTG Labs discuss the impact surface preparation has on adhesive performance and best practices for achieving successful wetting and flow of electronic adhesives. An...

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Joint Webinar: Shortening Development Timelines with Better Adhesion Materials and Technology

Join us for a discussion to learn how engineers who rely on glue and other adhesives for product development need to stay up-to-date on the emerging chemistry, technology, and application processes that can impact build timelines. In this discussion, you will benefit from dual perspectives of...

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Webinar: How to Make the Switch with Confidence and Reliability - From Fasteners to Adhesives

Manufacturing companies across nearly all industries have expanded their reliance on adhesive bonding of dissimilar materials for their assemblies. Process automation, light weighting goals, and the incorporation of novel materials have made the need to control adhesion processes extremely urgent. 

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Webinar: Controlling  Non-obvious Variables in Surface Preparation of Polymers to Maximize Adhesion

Preparation of polymers for adhesion includes processes like corona, flame and plasma treatment. These can be very effective if implemented with proper process control feedbacks.  However, they don’t always translate into reliable manufacturing processes. Failure analysis has shown that this...

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Webinar: How to Control the Surface Properties of Thermoplastics to Maximize Adhesion

The success of bonding and printing to thermoplastics depends on effective control of a remarkably thin zone on the surface of a polymer.

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