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Kunststoffe international 2017/05

More than Hot Air

Structural Gluing of Semi-Crystalline Plastics through Atmospheric Plasma Treatment

More than Hot Air

Many thermoplastic materials are very difficult to glue. Activation with atmospheric plasma significantly increases the adhesive force of the joint in just one process step. The search for the cause harbors some surprises.

Dr. Stefan Nettesheim; Dipl.-Ing.(FH), MBA Stefan Reichlmaier

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