When used correctly, high-tech adhesives can resolve many design issues while also saving money, time and effort. However, there are many potential reasons for a possible failure when using these materials.
Design engineers consider a number of factors when deciding which joining method is best suited to a particular application. Each has pros and cons, and this article will look at some of the reasons behind the choices for one over the other.
As design engineers seek to design products that are durable, high quality and long lasting, but still affordable, they are turning increasingly to materials beyond traditional metals for components and assemblies.
Whether you are working on a major appliance such as a kitchen range or dishwasher or a home product like a blender or vacuum, you are constantly challenged when it comes to determining the best method of assembly for your plastic applications.