There are four common bonding methods for acrylic boards:
1. Facade bonding
This is a more widely used acrylic bonding method. First, wipe the surface to be bonded clean, and then use the mold to align it before bonding, so that the bonding can improve the quality of the bonding and also allow the bonding surface No shaking, the general box will use this bonding method;
Put the two acrylic plates that need to be docked horizontally on the operating platform and close them, and stick a tape on the bottom to trade a gap no wider than 0.3MM to facilitate the glue bonding. Then use a syringe to slowly and evenly pull the glue from one side. Inject into the gap until the glue is completely filled, and then remove the tape after the glue has solidified. This bonding method is generally used for boards above 5MM. If the plates are too thin, they may be unstable.
3. Bevel bonding
Some acrylics require inclined surface bonding, that is, 45-degree bonding. This requires a 90-degree angle master to prevent the bonded surface from shifting. The injection is even and slow when the glue is solidified, and the master can only be removed;
4. Plane bonding
It is a special bonding method. First, wipe the surface to be cleaned and place it horizontally on the table top, then put a proper amount of glue on the surface, and place the other acrylic plate sideways to contact the acrylic plate injected with glue. Then put it down slowly and evenly, and push out the bubbles from one side.