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  • Determination of the Kinetics of Curing of Cyanoacrylate-based Adhesives with Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy
    This application note discusses the use of FTIR to monitor the curing kinetics of cyanoacrylate adhesives.
  • Medical Device Link .
    Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry Use of cyanoacrylates for high-speed medical device assembly has become a widely accepted practice because of the adhesive's rapid cure time and high bond strength. In this month's special section, Patrick Courtney and Christopher Verosky provide a general
  • Automotive Application Case Study
    Tier I Automotive Supplier needed to guarantee the placement of cyanoacrylate (instant) adhesive on an a painted metal part prior to mating to rubber component in their high-speed assembly process to improve quality, throughput and reduce operating cost by minimizing down-time.
  • Finding just the right adhesive
    Cyanoacrylates, light-curing acrylics, and a new hybrid, adhesive give engineers a range of fastening options. Light-curing cyanoacrylate adhesives cure to depths greater than 0.25 in. with exposure to low intensity light. This far exceeds the limit of 0.01 in for traditional cyanoacrylates
  • Medical Device Link .
    Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry Cyanoacrylates are solvent-free, one-part adhesives that cure rapidly when pressed into a thin film between two surfaces. Their ease of use and availability in USP Class VI qualified formulations have made them attractive to manufacturers of a wide variety
  • Medical Device Link .
    and cyanoacrylate adhesives, ultrasonic welding, microspot welding, temperature and UV curing techniques, press fitting, snap fitting, and mechanical fastening are among the methods
  • Medical Device Link .
    Light-Cure Cyanoacrylates Optimize Device Assembly Rapid cure rates and shadow curing capabilities are among the reasons that device manufacturers are bonding with UVCAs. Introduced in 1999, ultraviolet-light-cure cyanoacrylate (UVCA) adhesives were initially developed to bond needle assemblies
  • Medical Device Link .
    cross-contamination. Available in a 1-ml size, the applicator works with surgical sealants and adhesives, orthopaedic cements, and other materials. Additional resources on joining technologies: The Use Of Adhesives For Catheter Bonding Fast-setting cyanoacrylate adhesives eliminate the need

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