Master Bond’s video library presents engineers with an extensive variety of videos that cover topics ranging from packaging to product highlights, from "how-to" demonstrations to best practices for using epoxies, and more. Browse through our library for a look at what Master Bond has to offer.

Max explores Master Bond's cryogenic epoxy compounds

Brrr! The nip in the air is the perfect reminder for Max to discuss Master Bond’s cryogenic adhesive systems and their numerous advantages.

Offering serviceability down to 4K, Master Bond’s cryogenic compounds can be specially formulated to offer optical clarity, NASA low outgassing compliance, thermal conductivity, electrical insulation, electrical conductivity and more.

 

Super Gel 9AO Compound for Electronic Applications

Learn the benefits that Super Gel 9AO has to offer, including thermal conductivity and dimensional stability as design engineers, John and Ted, work to develop their electronic component.
With the help of a Master Bond representative, they discover that Super Gel 9AO’s softness and retrievability is exactly what they need.

Master Bond EP38CL Epoxy Compound

Shining a light on incredible toughness, Master Bond EP38CL is a two component epoxy that withstands rigorous thermal cycling and mechanical shock.
This durable system also boasts superior optical clarity and a high physical strength profile.

Check out the highlighted epoxy products of 2013!

Five! Four! Three! Two! One! Max marks the end of 2013 in his latest video by counting down the year’s most exciting and innovative products including a light curing compound, a B-staged adhesive film and more.

High Performance Electrically Conductive Adhesive Systems

Suitable for a wide range of industries including electronics, appliances, automotive, and telecommunications, these silver coated nickel filled epoxies feature excellent electrical conductivity.

Video on Viscosities of Epoxies

Learn the important role that viscosity plays in a variety of applications. This informative video demonstrates the benefits of a low viscosity formulation for filling tight crevices as well as a when a non-drip system is useful.

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