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September 16, 2021 - Assembly

What to Consider With Hot Melts for Heat Transfer Textile Printing

As the popularity of incorporating printed designs onto clothing and accessories rises, manufacturers increasingly look for efficient methods to achieve these designs across textile types without impacting performance. These heat transfer methods can include the following: Custom heat transfer: The design is printed on to a carrier and uses hot melt powders. Cad-cut heat transfer …

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August 19, 2021 - Assembly

Bostik Premiers New, Multi-Layer, Film Blown Production Line in U.S.

Bostik, a leading global adhesive specialist for industrial, construction and consumer industries, is proud to announce the opening of its new, multi-layer, film blown line in Virginia for durable goods markets following its recent acquisition of Prochimir, a technical films company. Able to produce thermoplastic films comprised of one to five layers with extensive widths …

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August 3, 2021 - Assembly

Meet Your Goals with the Right Low Pressure Molding (LPM) Method

As the electronics market continues to evolve, offering more complex products comprised of increasingly delicate parts, it’s a good idea to assess your encapsulation processes for circuit boards and cable assembly to ensure they are best suited to keep up with key needs. In particular, if you are currently using the traditional potting process, you …

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July 28, 2021 - Assembly

Bostik to Exhibit Specialty Hot Melts at Techtextil North America 2021

Bostik, a leading global adhesive specialist for industrial, construction and consumer markets, will exhibit a range of innovative bonding and sealing solutions, including its webs, films, hot melts, water-based, stitchless, membrane and powder adhesives ideal for a wide range of technical textile and nonwoven applications at this year’s Techtextil North America tradeshow at the Raleigh Convention …

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