Different Systems of Epoxy Adhesives for Use with Ink-Jet Print Head
Abstract:Epoxy adhesives are commonly used for bonding ink-jet cartridge and silicon base print head. A suitable adhesive provides good ink resistance and bonding strength. Its curing conditions, such as reaction time and temperature, are also limited by the requirement of manufacturing process. We compared the reactive mechanism of three epoxy systems, including epoxy-cationic initiator, epoxy-imidazole and epoxy-polyamine. The differences in reaction time, ink resistance, bonding strength and reaction temperature between these adhesives will also be discussed in this study.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2003
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