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When the Substrate Becomes the Adhesive (Heat and Solvent Welding)

Edward M. Petrie – Oct 10, 2005

Fortunately, there are several ways to join plastic substrates. Heat or solvent welding is a method where the plastic part itself becomes the adhesive. This week's editorial probes the advantages and disadvantages of these processes...

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