New Supreme 112 Epoxy from Master Bond Provides High Bond Strength and Reliable Electrical Insulation
Epoxies

New Supreme 112 Epoxy from Master Bond Provides High Bond Strength and Reliable Electrical Insulation

Offers low viscosity of 50-200 cps, long open time of 2-3 days at room temperature and is ideal for bonding, sealing, potting and impregnation applications. Features high glass transition temperature of 190-195°C and is serviceable up to 288°C (550°F). Requires three step oven curing process of 1-2 hours at 200°F, followed by 3-4 hours at 250°F and then 4-6 hours at 300°F.

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Socionext Adds 8K Encoding Feature to M820L Media Accelerator Card
Accelerators

Socionext Adds 8K Encoding Feature to M820L Media Accelerator Card

Langen/Germany, 13. September, 2019 --- Socionext Inc. releases the latest solution that enables an encoding acceleration feature of 8K resolution video with the company's ‘M820L’ media accelerator card. The company will demonstrate the solution at IBC 2019, RAI Amsterdam, September 13-17, 2019. www.show.ibc.org/ The ‘M820L’ is a media accelerator card that can be attached to a...

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How to Choose the Right Adhesive Tape for Your Application
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How to Choose the Right Adhesive Tape for Your Application

With a considerable number of adhesive materials, applications and methods, there are many options to consider when choosing an adhesive tape. As NADCO® is a leading manufacturer of custom tapes and labels; we took our years of experience to create this handy selection guide on choosing the right adhesive tape for your application.

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UV Curing Adhesive Passes NASA Low Outgassing Specifications
Adhesives

UV Curing Adhesive Passes NASA Low Outgassing Specifications

Master Bond UV10TK40M is a one part UV curable system, which is not oxygen inhibited, and can be used for bonding, sealing and coating applications. UV10TK40M is optically clear, with a refractive index of 1.55. It has a high glass transition temperature (Tg) of 135-140°C and is serviceable from -60°F to +450°F. Its hardness upon curing is 75-85 Shore D. “Not only does it meet NASA low...

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