Tips On Gluing Dibond.
Want to glue Dibond?
First of all, what is it? Well, Dibond® was originally developed in 1992 by 3A Composites as one of the first Aluminium Composite sheets for the display and signage markets. The panel combines two 0.3 mm aluminium surface layers with a polyethylene core and comes with a protective film on both sides. Front and reverse side are either stove lacquered, with white or coloured surfaces and with either matt or high-gloss surfaces, anodized or even textured
What is Dibond® used for? It is used in either 2D or 3D applications and exhibits very high resistance to weathering and corrosion and high stability. It is the ideal material for use in the following applications:
- Exhibition stands and displays
- Shop fitting, interior design
- Furniture constructions
- PoS/PoP displays, signage and shop fronts (interior and exterior)
What is the best way to glue Dibond® . Depending on the application and materials, there are several glues which are suitable. For example, Scigrip SG5000 is perfectly suitable for gluing uncoloured shop signs and both internal and external architectural parts. For Dibond® in any of the nine colours available, or gluing uncoloured 2.0 mm Dibond®, Scigrip SG300 is suggested.
Both Scigrip SG300 and Scigrip SG5000 are available in handy to use cartridges. Cartridge size ranges from 50 ml to 490 ml.
We also stock a complete range of foam tapes for sign applications and industrial sealants for sealing joints. Contact our Technical Department for immediate, professional advice.
Dibond® Is a Registered Trademark of 3A Composites USA Inc.