Epoxies Safeguard Medical Electronic Devices
The combination of increasingly complex assemblies and exacting quality requirements is compelling design engineers to be extremely diligent when selecting materials for the assembly of medical electronic devices. In this white paper, we explore various polymer chemistries and what the different families of compounds have to offer for performance and processing requirements.
Case Study - UV15: For Fabrication of Polymer Optical Waveguides
With its outstanding light transmission properties and optical clarity, Master Bond UV15 is widely used for a variety of bonding, coating and sealing applications in the optical, electronic and optoelectronic industries. In fact, it has been effectively used by RMIT University, the University of Texas at Austin and the University of Twente to create polymer optical waveguides. UV15 is often selected for this type of application since it adheres well to silicon, which is often used as a substrate for waveguide fabrication. This one part, low viscosity system is also easily spin-coated producing uniform films with thicknesses used in waveguides.
Innovative Medical Adhesives Simplify and Improve Fastening in Medical Devices
Modern adhesives offer medical device engineers a leg up with new options to simplify fastening and improve performance as medical devices and materials continue to advance. When faced with often hostile environments of human bodies and hospitals, modern, well-designed structural medical adhesive compounds can be used safely for disposable and reusable medical devices. Master Bond’s white paper explores the advantages of various adhesive chemistries, their properties and features.
Catalog: Adhesives for the Medical Industry
For an overview of Master Bond’s most popular medical grade epoxies, please browse this easy to read catalog organized by chemistry, key properties and curing schedules. From the prototype stage through the manufacturing process, each compound in this 20 page catalog is designed to meet specific application requirements.
When To Use a Fast Cure Adhesive
To reduce assembly costs, why not consider a fast cure adhesive? But one caveat might be to question the need for speed when selecting the appropriate adhesive for an application. In this white paper, you’ll find an overview of the different types of fast cure adhesives, including one and two part epoxies, one and two part silicones, cyanoacrylates and UV curables.