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POLYCARBONATE BONDING

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Joining polycarbonate sheets together using glue is Polycarbonate Bonding. This bonding technique is widely used in polycarbonate machining and fabrication, when working with polycarbonate or acrylic sheets.

What Is Bonding?

Bonding is a vital process when working with polycarbonate sheet and acrylic sheets, It’s among the most intricate procedures during polycarbonate machining and fabrication. Polycarbonate bonding, in particular, calls for a clean, smooth joint and specific chemicals given the unique properties of this material.

Polycarbonate sheet is an industrial plastic known for its durability, transparency to visible light, and the ability to undergo large deformations without cracking or breaking. Unlike some thermoplastics, it bonds easily, whether to itself or to other materials, provided the correct adhesive is used.

The choice of adhesive polycarbonate sheet largely depends on the application. Most times, the adhesive or sealant must be clear to maintain the optical clarity inherent to polycarbonate. At Excelite, we integrate the bonding process with other plastic machining and fabrication, such as CNC routing, milling, bending, and silk screen printing.

Acrylic bonding is a slightly different process but equally important for creating sturdy, transparent structures.

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Bonding
We can craft Brochure holders from either acrylic or polycarbonate sheets. We can help design these based on your specific requirements or work from a design you provide.
Test Tube Rack

We fabricate custom test tube racks from acrylic sheets.

CNC routing, plastic bonding are the main techniques for this product

Acrylic aquarium

Acrylic Aquariums or fish tanks are typically made from acrylic sheets because of their crystal-clear transparency and robustness. After bending and assembling the panels, we bond them securely and polish the edges.

Benefits For Polycarbonate Adhesive

  • Versatility: It can be used to join a wide range of materials, making it suitable for a variety of applications.
  • Cost-effective: Bonding doesn’t require any special tooling, making it a cost-effective choice for joining polycarbonate sheets.
  • No material waste: Unlike cutting or milling, bonding doesn’t remove any material from the sheet, so there’s no waste.
  • Strong joints: Bonding creates strong, durable joints that can withstand the rigors of outdoor use.
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Why do we need Bonding Polycarbonate?

Polycarbonate Bonding is a crucial process for joining polycarbonate sheets together or to other materials. It’s a cost-effective method that doesn’t require any special tooling, making it ideal for creating prototypes or small production runs. Bonding is also beneficial for projects that require a strong, durable joint that can withstand outdoor use.

Bonded Acrylic sheet document holder

Improving Plastic Bonding Performance

When bonding materials like polycarbonate (PC) or acrylic, surface preparation is indeed crucial in ensuring proper adhesion between plastic surfaces.

What techniques are used to ensure proper adhesion between plastic surfaces?

When bonding PC or acrylic, it is essential to ensure the surface smoothness and cleanliness of all contact surfaces.

Referring to the product in below, it serves as the protective shield cover for the machine. It involves using polycarbonate flame-resistant sheets to thermoform into a shield and bond with the acrylic round cover. You can see that there are no air bubbles, and that’s what makes us professional.

Additionally, a high level of craftsmanship is required, as the continuity of the adhesive application determines the quality of the product. Consistency in the application process is crucial, as any interruptions or pauses while applying the adhesive can result in the formation of air bubbles.

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Glue polycarbonate Techniques

When bonding materials like polycarbonate (PC) or acrylic, surface preparation is indeed crucial in ensuring proper adhesion between plastic surfaces.

What techniques are used to ensure proper adhesion between plastic surfaces?

When bonding PC or acrylic, it is essential to ensure the surface smoothness and cleanliness of all contact surfaces.

Referring to the product in below, it serves as the protective shield cover for the machine. It involves using polycarbonate flame-resistant sheets to thermoform into a shield and bond with the acrylic round cover. You can see that there are no air bubbles, and that’s what makes us professional.

Additionally, a high level of craftsmanship is required, as the continuity of the adhesive application determines the quality of the product. Consistency in the application process is crucial, as any interruptions or pauses while applying the adhesive can result in the formation of air bubbles.

glue polycarbonate to Acrylic

Why Work With Us

With over 15 years of polycarbonate fabrication and machining experience, Excelite specializes in the fabrication of polycarbonate and acrylic sheet products, ensuring top-notch quality and precision. We are committed to providing the best manufacturing solutions tailored to your unique requirements. 

Whether you have a detailed drawing or just an idea, our team of professionals is ready to turn your vision into reality. Enjoy the benefits of our services, including:

  • In-house Design & Tooling
  • Exceptional Accuracy (+/- 0.005″ Tolerances)
  • Comprehensive OEM & ODM Services
  • ISO 9001:2008 Certification
  • Direct Manufacturer Advantage

We invite you to partner with us and experience a seamless, efficient, and quality-driven production process.

Why Choose Excelite For Your Projects

Excelite has over 15 years experience on polycarbonate and acrylic fabrications,we will provide you best manufacturing solutions for all your polycarbonate or acrylic made products,just send us your drawing or give us your idea,we will make it for you !

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