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Using Adhesives and Materials in the Development of Medical Packaging

The need for packaging in the medical and personal care market is constantly evolving. Packaging is incredibly important because it helps keep the products safe and sterile. All parts of the packaging from the materials used to the glue holding it together need to be considered to create a safe product. If proper planning does not occur ahead of time, flaws in medical packaging can cause delays and ruined items.

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Why Doesn't One Glue Work for All Applications?

When a new customer contacts us about glue for their application, we typically ask a few detailed technical questions about the project before we can recommend the best glue formula. The reason for this is that we work with hundreds of varying glue formulas and these questions help our lab team determine which formula is the best one for you. 

At this point, some prospects start wondering "why doesn't one glue work for all applications?".  This is why... 

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Defining Different Types of Bonds

Mechanical, chemical and suction bonds, OH MY! 

These terms are used often in the adhesive industry (or by those who use adhesives) but many times the exact definition of each is unclear. Today we're going to go over each so you have a better understand all three.

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Why Manufacturers Should Consult with a Glue Expert

 

Glue: you can’t live without, and most hardly ever think about it. In fact, people only really seem to think about glue when it comes to manufacturing, and often it pertains to one of these two questions: ‘Why isn’t this glue working?’ and ‘How can I improve this process?’

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