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  • UV Curable Masking Technical Article
    This article provides an overview and analysis of Masking costs, common masking methods, and introduces a new solution: UV Curable Masking Resins. The article looks closely at the benefits and advantages of UV Masking Resins. UV Masking Technical Article. Home |. What's New |. Blog |. Products
  • Solving Ultraviolet Curable Potting & Encapsulating Problems With Shadow Cure Technology
    over two component systems. These. products are also different than most common UV Curable Systems that are. currently available for Potting applications. Problems with Two Component Potting Methods. Traditional potting methods are accomplished with two component epoxy,. urethane, or silicone
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    , depending on thickness, and cannot be accelerated with heat. Unfortunately, 3 to 7 days is prohibitive in the current work environment. UV curing has been touted as a solution to speed up silicone cure time. However, UV is not the only way to a very fast cure, nor it is it problem free. UV-curable
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    Elastomer compound offers a fast-curing alternative to moisture curing. A UV curable elastomer compound from Master Bond Inc. (Hackensack, NJ; 201/343-8983) offers an alternative to conventional moisture curing silicone materials for use-in-place seals, gaskets, bonding, and protective coatings
  • Medical Device Link .
    Bonding dissimilar substrates such as polycarbonate, nylon, PET, acrylic, Pebax, and stainless steel typically requires the use of multiple adhesives or assembly methods. A light-curable adhesive designed to provide a single solution for bonding combinations of substrates, MD 209-CTH is suited
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    to improve product performance. Patrick J. Courtney, senior application engineer for Loctite Corp. (Rocky Hill, CT), discussed how recent developments in cyanoacrylates one-part adhesives curable at room temperature are worth considering. Courtney said, "Performance limitations of early generations
  • Medical Device Link . Originally Published January/February 2001 Joining Technologies: Investing in High-Grade Bonds
    procedure. Many adhesives are designed to facilitate the assembly and production of finished devices by reducing curing times. Tim Wendel, product manager at Dymax Europe GmbH (Frankfurt, Germany), explains that Dymax's UV-curable adhesives contribute to short cycle times. He adds that these time savings
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    are selected for performance, the adhesive material must be designed into the process. UV-curable adhesives used for medical applications include: * Acrylics for needle assembly, anesthesia masks, and oxygenators. * Cyanoacrylates for bonding catheter components. * Polyurethanes for bonding tips onto various