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Bonding/Gluing Glass & Wood:

October 19th
10-11am BST
11am-12pm CET

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    Glass is an important and often indispensable material for modern designers. It's transparency and diverse design possibilities make it an important material for architects and interior designers, but glass only really comes into its own with the right joining technology. With the right adhesive materials, glass elements can be joined quickly, securely and permanently.

    Adhesive joints are often used when different materials need to be joined together, for example glass with plastics or glass with metals etc. In these applications where different or dissimilar materials are joined together the bond must compensate for the different coefficients of thermal expansion of the materials. In addition, the join needs to tolerate vibrations and dynamic forces as well.

    Many adhesives are extremely elastic or flexible and this means they can compensate for the differences in materials and handle vibrations and dynamic forces very well. For example, a glass-to-metal bond requires a highly elastic or flexible bond to compensate for the differences in linear expansion of the two materials.

    Learn more about it.

  • Mick Carr

    Meet the presenter - Mick Carr

    Mick Carr has worked for 3M for 20 years in the 3M Industrial Adhesives & Tapes Division, with a focus in the Converter Market –Labels, Laminate Adhesives, Thin & Thick Bonding & Structural Adhesive. Prior to 3M Mick worked at Spectrum Adhesive Coaters for 17 years, which included 4 years as a Coater Operator covering meyer bar, slot die and Hot melt coating. 3 years as a Production Planner, which involved planning production for 4 coaters and 6 slitters. 10 years as a Technical Engineer where Mick was responsible for product development, training and trouble shooting.

  • Agenda

    • Material / Substrate Bonding
    • Intro into Substrate
    • Challenges / Coatings / Surface Prep
    • Focus Segment
    • Testimonials
    • Hero products
    • Multi Material Bonding
    • Converted Parts
    • Automation
    • Q&A


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