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  • Epoxy Adhesive Formulations
    Epoxy Adhesive Formulations. Based on a popular course sponsored by the Society of Plastics Engineers, this comprehensive text presents a variety of methods to ensure optimum epoxy performance and reliability.
  • Epoxy Floor Sparkles in Artists' Center
    As a part of the transformation of an abandoned public school building into an affordable haven for aspiring artists in the heart of New York City, Imperial Flooring Systems was tasked with installing an epoxy terrazzo flooring system in the entrance and main corridors of the 116-year-old facility.
  • Tech Tip 7 - Epoxy Crystallization
    to as a phase change from a liquid resin to a solid format. It can be viewed similarly as water turning from liquid into ice and vice versa. Crystallization of epoxy resins is completely reversible, like freeze/thaw cycles of ice and water. As water remains unchanged from repeated cycles, so do the original
  • Epoxy Techniques for Hybrid Microwave Integrated Circuits
    Epoxy Techniques for Hybrid Microwave Integrated Circuits
  • Epoxy Bleed Out in Ceramic Chip Carriers
    Epoxy Bleed Out in Ceramic Chip Carriers
  • Tech Tip 8 - Reworking Cured Epoxy
    A major advantage of using an epoxy is that it provides a very strong, permanent bond in adhesive applications. This permanence can also act as a limitation when needing to rework, remove or "decapsulate" the cured epoxy. This document lists several techniques which have shown to be effective tools
  • Tech Tip 21 - Epoxy & Silicone Interactions
    Epoxy adhesives are a great choice for many applications for their excellent adhesion, chemical and temperature resistance, as well as many other attributes. When selecting an epoxy for a specific application, it is important to consider any potential negative interactions from alternative
  • Epoxy Color Change as a Result of Cure Profile
    "We recently switched from a low temperature minimum alternate cure to the recommended data sheet cure and the epoxy cured darker than usual. Is the higher cure temperature degrading the epoxy?". Our short answer was no. Here's a short explanation why:

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