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  • UV-Cure Adhesives 101
    UV-curing adhesives can help get manufacturers out of sticky situations. A technician uses a UV curable adhesive for perimeter bonding an optic component to a metallic part. Organic adhesives usually contain solvents and various diluents or are composed of two components which must be carefully
  • Tech Tip 9 - UV Cure Adhesives
    UV curing adhesives offer a convenient way to quickly cure a product in specific applications. These types of chemistries offer two fundamentally different cure mechanisms, cationic or free radical, with varying cure parameters as well as end properties.
  • UV Curing Adhesives Shine
    Adhesive products have different ease-of-use characteristics. Some must be precisely weighed and mixed prior to. use. Some need a carefully controlled heat cycle to cure. properly. Some have a precarious pot life. Some offer a. narrow window of open time. And then there are the UV. curable
  • UV Curing Adhesives and Potting Compounds
    . Ultraviolet curable formulations are materials that cure (harden or polymerize) when exposed to ultraviolet light. Epoxies Etc... has developed an extensive line of UV curing products designed to fit a wide range of electronic, aerospace, decorative, and medical device applications. Ultraviolet light
  • Tech Tip 5 - Using Expired Product
    Many EPO-TEK products will commonly have a shelf life of one year at room temperature. Several single component materials and some UV cure systems have. a six month shelf life or shorter due to the. chemical nature of that particular product. Please refer to the shelf life section on each product
  • Medical Device Link .
    Maker of MIS Instruments Finds Cure for Underperforming Bonds A UV-cure system is key to achieving the precise, repeatable assembly of a device designed to unblock arteries. To remove plaque buildup in arteries, percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty (PTCA) is a less-invasive alternative
  • Medical Device Link .
    Improved Bonds Lead to Clear Signals for Surgical Equipment A UV-cure system is key to achieving the precise, repeatable assembly of a device designed to unblock arteries. To remove plaque buildup in arteries, percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty (PTCA) is a less-invasive alternative
  • Solving Ultraviolet Curable Potting & Encapsulating Problems With Shadow Cure Technology
    dissipation, flame retardency, or vibration resistance. Epoxies, Etc... located in Cranston, RI USA, has designed new Ultraviolet (UV) Curing materials that offer many advantages over two component systems. These products are also different than most common UV

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