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Lord Corp.

Metal Bonding

LORD provides valuable expertise in adhesives and coatings, vibration and motion control, and magnetically responsive technologies. Our dedicated teams work in collaboration with our customers to increase the value of their products. Innovative and responsive to the ever-changing marketplace, we are focused on providing product and process solutions for our customers worldwide . . . Ask Us How.

406 Gregson Drive
Cary, NC 27511

Phone: 919-469-2500
Fax: 919-481-0349


Recent Content on TheFabricator.com for Lord Corp.

March 11, 2015
Acrylic adhesive system helps eliminate read-through
Lord Corp. has introduced an acrylic adhesive system, Lord 810 LRT, designed to eliminate read-through. When cured with Lord Accelerator 20, the...
February 10, 2015
LORD Corp. names Rudolph Bros. & Co. as distributor of the year
LORD Corp., Cary, N.C., a provider of vibration and motion control technologies, sensing systems, adhesives, and coatings, has selected Rudolph Bros....
June 3, 2013
Designing for adhesive bonding
While it is sometimes more economically favorable to use adhesives as an alternative to welding, a fabricator must consider many important points before making the changeover.
April 1, 2011
Adhesive bonding broadens the fabricator’s toolbox
Structural adhesives may be able to complement other metal joining processes. The process can't replace all riveting and welding, but it can be a viable alternative for the right application.
January 3, 2011
Thermally conductive silicone encapsulant designed for high-heat dissipation applications
Lord Corp. has announced the availability of a new thermally conductive silicone encapsulant. Designed for encapsulation applications in which...
May 7, 2010
Bonding with adhesives
Welding and fastening have long been the go-to methods for metal bonding applications, but are they always the best, most cost-effective methods? Maybe, maybe not. Adhesives are gaining in popularity, particularly for joining dissimilar materials.
March 5, 2010
Acrylic adhesive works on various substrates, including unprepared metals
Lord Corp. offers Maxlok™, a new acrylic adhesive developed to meet the need for a process-friendly adhesive that will work on various...
November 25, 2008
Don't get stuck wondering about composites
Automakers and other manufacturers are interested in utilizing composites more in their manufacturing operations. Composites come with their own set of challenges, and one of the most important challenges is how to join the engineered material to a metal correctly using an adhesive. When joining materials, adhesives evenly distribute loads and reduce labor time.


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