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Dymax Introduces Small-Gauge Needle Bonding Adhesive

Published on 2017-06-21. Author : SpecialChem

Torrington, Connecticut -- Dymax has introduced 1406-M, a next generation needle bonding adhesive for manufacturers looking to switch to LED curing in small gauge needle applications. It provides superior bonding performance on the reduced surface area of smaller cannulas, even after aging and sterilization, to reduce the possibility of cannula substrate failure. Optimized for 385nm LED curing, 1406-M allows for tighter standard deviations and enables small gauge needle manufacturers to enjoy the benefits of LED curing without sacrificing speed or cured mechanical properties.

Needle Bonding Adhesive
Needle Bonding Adhesive


  • Pen Needle Bonding
  • Syringe/Needle Assemblies
  • Single Use Assemblies
  • Adheres to stainless steel, PP, PE, ABS, PC, PEI, PETG, PMMA, PS, and PVC


  • LED curable at 385 nm or 405 nm
  • Blue fluorescing
  • Low viscosity for improved wetting
  • Resists yellowing
  • Fast cure
  • ISO 10993 tested

Dymax Corporation develops innovative oligomer, adhesive, coating, dispensing, and light-curing systems for applications in a wide range of markets. The company’s products are perfectly matched to work seamlessly with each other, providing design engineers with tools to dramatically improve manufacturing efficiency and reduce costs. Major markets include aerospace, appliance, automotive, electronics, industrial, medical device, and metal finishing.

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Source: Dymax
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