6 вер. 2021 Düsseldorf / Germany
Henkel presents advanced bonding techniques at Vehicle Displays & Interfaces Symposium
As the automotive world continues to embrace digitalization, the vehicle display has not only become the heart of the user experience, but also a key differentiator for OEMs. While design trends have seen the adoption of larger, curved and free-form designs, the pursuit of ever-increasing functionality and of lighter and thinner display modules has increased the complexity of manufacturing.
As a market leader in adhesives, sealants, and functional coatings for the automotive industry, Henkel is enabling automotive OEMs to meet these evolving challenges with its advanced range of structural adhesives for displays. At the Vehicle Displays & Interfaces Symposium, held from Sept 28-29 online and in Detroit, USA, Henkel will introduce a new bonding solution that brings unprecedented speed, performance, and flexibility to display manufacture. Due to the constraints of the pandemic, Penny Yi Pan, Henkel’s Business Development Manager, Automotive Display APAC, will present via a video presentation at the symposium, with the presentation also made available online to global attendees via the virtual symposium that will run in parallel.
Entitled, “Material & Process of Structural Bonding for Automotive Displays”, Penny Yi Pan’s presentation will introduce a new structural bonding method from Henkel, SpeedCure, which accurately and efficiently cures adhesives in display applications. The highly accurate method uses radiation to induce the heat required to cure, or accelerate the cure of adhesives and materials, with a cycle time for mass production of between 30-90 seconds. The presentation will also provide an overview of Henkel’s innovative and unique adhesive and equipment solutions and application process expertise for the display industry.
As automotive display technology rapidly advances, information exchange has become vital: Henkel is proud to help bring together experts from across the $10bn display industry by supporting the Vehicle Displays & Interfaces Symposium as registrant sponsor. The symposium is presented by the Society for Information Display (SID.org) an association comprised of the top scientists, engineers, corporate researchers, and other roles within the display industry, and both the physical and virtual events offer an outstanding technical program focused on the automotive display industry.
Further information on the event and registration is available at Vehicle Display Program and Vehicle Display registration, price and information (Registration for its online program starts from September 10th.)