Adhesives & Sealants Industry June 2011 by Teresa McPherson

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Instead of travel, the mobile devices are now kept or shipped to major suppliers to perform live visual communication when needed. The camera optics within these mobile devices are so advanced that remote experts can see detailed design aspects where even a fraction of a millimeter matters. In some cases, thirdparty cameras such as microscopes or borescopes can also be attached to the mobile device to show the remote experts even more detailed visuals. By interacting live with suppliers on the plant floor, this manufacturer has accelerated product delivery, reduced travel costs, and leveraged scarce expert resources in their own company and that of their supply chain partners.

Adhesive is applied in a smooth, controlled amount to the top of the core material, with the material coming out on a semi-automatic lay-up conveyor. The conveyor moves the coated core to a common edge guide to ensure proper positioning of the veneer top layer and delivers the core to a backstop. The upper veneer rack conveyor is angled and adjustable to help the operator ensure proper delivery of the top laminate layer. Upper and lower rolls fit the upper veneer and lower laminated core together.

The adhesive features a consistent ultra-white color that can be mixed on-site by adding water to reportedly produce a smooth, creamy thinset with superior non-sag characteristics. The adhesive is approved for any type of glass tile on floors or walls in interior or exterior applications, including continuous submersion and other water features. The ultra-white color can enhance the look of glass tile or glass mosaic tile designs, particularly ones that feature iridescent or translucent surface types.

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