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3M™ Scotch-Weld™ Structural Adhesives

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Advancing design, process and performance.

Engineered for strength, design innovation and multi-material assembly. 3M™ Scotch-Weld™ Structural Adhesives provide the strength you need while enabling lightweight, high-performance designs and new production realities.

Structural adhesive chemistries

  • Two-part adhesives that offer great strength and design flexibility.

  • Excellent durability and resistance to environmental extremes.

  • Ideal for creating strong, flexible bonds between dissimilar materials.

  • One-part products that combine the speed of hot melt adhesives with the structural benefits of moisture-curing chemistries.

  • Provide tight fits and seals in thread-locking, pipe-sealing and related applications.

  • Achieve high performance and excellent adhesion quickly.

Core benefits of structural adhesives

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    Provide a structural bond
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    Increase impact strength
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    Improve process efficiency
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    Allow for lightweighting
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    Enhance aesthetics
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    Reduce water intrusion
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    Enable design innovation
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    Decrease impact of noise and vibration

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