Plastic materials that are easy to bond with adhesives
Adhesive bonding is an outstanding method for joining plastic parts. Some plastics, such as ABS and acrylic, are easy to bond with adhesives and solvent cements. Others, such as HDPE and PP, are more difficult to bond.
To achieve a permanent joint, it’s important to select plastics and adhesives that are compatible with each other and suitable for the operating environment.
Easy To Bond
Outstanding impact resistant low cost plastic, easy to machine, and thermoform.
Outstanding strong, stiff, clear plastic available in a variety of brilliant colors and finishes.
Aluminum Composite Material (ACM)
Low-cost ACM offers good dimensional stability and a metallic look, at half the weight of aluminum.
Clear, flexible plastic sheet with excellent drape and blister forming characteristics.
CE Canvas Phenolic
Electrical grade phenolic sheet material with cotton canvas reinforcement.
Rigid, yet lightweight, family of graphic art boards, easy to fabricate and cost effective.
G10/FR-4 Glass Epoxy
Glass/epoxy composite material with outstanding electrical properties.
A glass reinforced thermoset polyester material with excellent mechanical and electrical properties.
LE Linen Phenolic
High Impact Polystyrene
Low cost, tough plastic material that is easy to thermoform and fabricate.
KYDEX® Thermoplastic Sheet
High impact, thermoplastic sheet that is tough, durable, and easy to form.
100% recyclable board material for interior sign and display short term applications.
Transparent, strong and stiff thermoplastic with outstanding impact resistance.
High temperature thermoplastic material with outstanding impact resistance that is autoclavable.
High temperature, semi-transparent plastic material with good mechanical properties.
Soft, clear polymer is tough and durable with excellent thermoforming characteristics.
High strength plastic with outstanding electrical and high service temperature properties.
XX Paper Phenolic
High strength, low cost composite made from phenolic resin impregnated into layers of paper.