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Bonding TPE parts together

Bonding TPE parts together

Bonding TPE parts together

Im currently working with thermoplastic elastomer, I want to join 2 pieces. Which adhesive might work? doesnt have to be a very elastic bond, the joint will be mostly static

RE: Bonding TPE parts together

Does it need to be very strong, or will moderately weak do?

Does it need to work in very hot conditions, or only sort of cold?

Is it exposed to strong chemicals, or only average ones?

Engineers work with quantified information. Start there.

Maybe even tell us the specific material that you are using.

Then start reading. http://www.loctite.sg/sea/content_data/LT2662_Loct...

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