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4/3/2014 12:29 AM
 

Cleaning Before Bonding

 

If you are bonding your workpiece to a GLASS substrate and you are losing parts during your dicing process (after rotating 90°) you probably have bonded your work piece to a substrate that is either oily or has been cleaned in alcohol or acetone.  Most chemicals will leave organics behind and the Aquabond will not fully cure after you have applied your work piece to the puddle.

 

Give your bonding substrates a bath in hot water and a 2% solution of Aquaclean 900™  and then rinse in hot water.  This will ensure there is not a chemical residue on them.

 

 

Aquabond is a VOC free solution for your bonding/debonding process without sacrificing bond strength or integrity.  Using Alcohol or other chemcials with Aquabond will not give optimum results.

 
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