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In the sporting equipment industry, polyurethane, acrylic and epoxy adhesives are used for manufacturing, and epoxy resins are used for casting/moldmaking and potting/encapsulating. The adhesives used are mostly fast-curing to allow for quick production, and remain flexible for their varied applications. They bond well to many surfaces including plastic, fabric, and other porous substrates. These adhesives are also resistant to a number of environmental factors to helps stand-up to the rigors of frequent use. The epoxy resins used to cast sporting equipment are likewise flexible or semi-rigid and highly resistant to allow for varied use and long-life.
Specialty Materials for Sporting Equipment Grid
Casting Resin; Two Part; Liquid; Epoxy; Part A/Part B
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