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Substrate-to-substrate bonding

Article-Substrate-to-substrate bonding

Substrate-to-substrate bonding
Glue Dots

Glue DotsPressure-sensitive MatrX is a faster, easier and safer method of substrate-to-substrate bonding for industrial use, says the company. MatrX is said to offer a clean alternative to transfer tape, bonds instantly, is safer than hot melts and liquid glues, and provides clean cut-off with no residue and less waste. Designed for use in industrial packaging applications, this new technology, consisting of a pattern of adhesive micro-dots, comes in widths of ¼" and ½" and in thicknesses from 5 mils up to 15 mils. MatrX is available in both permanent and removable formulas, providing optimum strength for long-lasting attachment yet minimal but effective adhesion for quick release applications. MatrX will be available February 2010. The product will be unveiled at West Pack 2010, booth 5425.

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