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Clearly Superior Epoxies for Optical Applications
Friday, March 01, 2013

As technology in the optics industry continues to advance and improve, careful consideration of the properties of epoxies must be evaluated. When determining the most effective adhesive to be used in opto-electronics, medical and other optic related industry applications, trade-offs of key characteristics should be assessed. Here is a guide to the different properties to consider, their benefits and potential disadvantages and advice on how to prioritize these factors for the success of the application.

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