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Q-SUN: Testing Display Adhesives for Longterm Success

Posted by Chase Corp Editor on Jun 2, 2022 3:05:46 PM

Liquid, optically clear adhesives (LOCA) provide superior optical enhancement and anti-glare properties in the manufacture of liquid crystal displays. The design of LOCA adhesives must take into account long-term exposure to environmental conditions such as light, temperature, humidity, and mechanical shock. Resin Designs chemists have devised a family of products for both screen face adhesion and edge sealing that have been fully tested to assure clarity and adhesion are maintained over time.

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Topics: Adhesive Solutions, LOCA, Display Adhesives, LCD

Get Better Sealing and Gasketing with High-Performance Gel Ropes

Posted by Chase Corp Editor on Mar 22, 2022 12:01:32 PM

There are a lot of alternatives out there for sealing, bonding, and gasketing enclosures. The process of choosing the correct solution for your needs can be daunting.

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Topics: EMI conductive gaskets, EMI gel rope gaskets, Sealants

Resin Designs ThermoSink Demonstrates Successes in Multiple Thermal Management Applications

Posted by Chase Corp Editor on Feb 24, 2022 3:43:55 PM

Resin Designs, a division of Chase Corporation, would like to take this opportunity to spotlight the ThermoSink line of electronics thermal management materials. The ThermoSink name includes a number of products of various viscosities, hardness, and thermal characteristics. All products are two-component (1:1 ratio mix), heavily filled silicone with high thermal conductivity. 

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Topics: Resin Designs, Thermoplastic, Thermosink

Resin Designs will Participate at MD&M West Expo

Posted by Chase Corp Editor on Jul 19, 2021 10:00:00 AM
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Topics: Resin Designs, Expo Show, AXIS Medical Adhesives

7 Benefits of Pre-Cured Pads in Thermal Interface Applications

Posted by Chase Corp Editor on May 15, 2018 10:00:00 AM

Concerned about the long-term reliability of dispensed, non-curing thermal interface solutions? What about cracking and pump-out that increase thermal resistance after aging and thermal shock? These are just a few of many important reasons to consider using pre-cured pads as a thermal transfer medium between a heat spreader and electrical components over wet-dispensed products that are prone to failure over time as in the example provided below.

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Topics: Thermal Interface Materials, Thermoplastic

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