Why is bond line thickness important?
Proper bond line thickness ensures you’ll achieve the adhesive properties AND performance specified in the epoxy’s datasheet. If there is inadequate bond line thickness, the risks include low strength (shear and tensile), poor electrical properties, high thermal resistance, optical scattering, and failure during operation.
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Answered by AskFOC Technical Team March 19, 2019
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