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UV硬化光学素子用接着剤


  • Adhesives for Glass to Metal, Glass to Glass, & Glass to Plastic
  • Optic Adhesives with Low Shrinkage/Low Stress
  • Block Adhesive for Temporary Bonding of Glass to Metal

NOA61

UV Curing Optical Adhesives

NBA107

UV Curing Block Adhesive

Nd:YAG Laser Line Mirror Attached to Polaris® Clear-Edge Mirror Mount Using Optical Adhesive

K6-NOA

Adhesive Kit

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特長

  • 低収縮率(1.5%)で低応力
  • ガラス-金属、ガラス-ガラス、ガラス-プラスチック用強力接着
  • 推奨UV照射強度>2 mW/cm2 @ 365 nm
  • ディスペンサーボトルの接着剤量は、28 g(NOA製品)または100 g(NBA107)

Norland光学接着剤は、溶剤を含まない透明の1液性接着剤です。 UV光に当てると、数秒でゲル状になって数分で硬化し、弾性のある強い接着が得られます。下に記述のある6種類の接着剤はいずれも特定の用途において優れた接着効果が出るように最適化されています。この光学接着剤を硬化するにはUV光に当てる必要があります。

有効期限
こちらのUV硬化接着剤の有効期限は、製造元でパッケージされてから約8か月です。当社では、お届け時に有効期限が最低でも3か月以上ある製品を発送しております。

型番接着対象製品説明
NOA60
(K6-NOAのキットの一部としてのみご提供)
Glass-MetalGood
Glass-GlassGood
Glass-PlasticFair
NOA60は、レンズの取付け、および複レンズやプリズム組立のための接着剤として、また、ガラス間や、プラスチック間の接着剤としてお使いいただけるほか、 絶縁特性に優れているため、電子部品の保護膜材としてもお使いいただけます。 硬化後の高分子の屈折率の典型値は1.56です。
この製品は、K6-NOAのキットの一部としてのみのお届けとなります。
この製品の製品安全データシート(MSDS)はこちらをクリックいただくとご覧いただけます。
NOA61
Glass-MetalExcellent
Glass-GlassExcellent
Glass-PlasticFair
NOA61 はガラス面の接着に非常に適しており、硬化後に研磨が可能です。 光学用接着剤に対する連邦規格MIL-A-3920を満たし、米政府にも認定されています。 金属、ガラス繊維、ガラス充填樹脂に対する優れた接着力を有します。 硬化後の高分子の屈折率の典型値は1.56です。
NOA63
Glass-MetalGood
Glass-GlassGood
Glass-PlasticFair
NOA63 はアクロマティックレンズ、プリズム、その他全ての精密複合光学素子の接着にお使いいただけます。 蛍光度の低さとUV域における優れた透過率を 最大の特長とする製品です。 この接着剤はガラスと金属間の接着にも適しています。 接着剤を厚く塗ってもよく硬化し、その低収縮率、弾力性は歪みを最小限に 抑えます。 硬化後の高分子の屈折率の典型値は1.56です。
NOA65
Glass-MetalGood
Glass-GlassGood
Glass-PlasticFair
NOA65 は硬化後も非常に柔軟性に優れ、歪みを最小限に抑えることができる接着剤です。 比較的厚みのある接着断面に適しています。 膨張係数の異なる材質同士の接着時にも歪みを最小限に抑えるよう、十分な弾力性を備えた製品です。 金属マウントにレンズを取り付ける場合やガラスにプラスチックを接着する場合にお使いいただけます。 また、研磨ブロックへの仮固定用接着剤としてもお使いいただけます。 硬化後の高分子の屈折率の典型値は1.52です。
NOA68
Glass-MetalGood
Glass-GlassExcellent
Glass-PlasticExcellent
NOA68 は、アクリル、ポリカーボネイト、およびCABといった多くのプラスチックに対する接着力を改良した、柔軟性に優れた接着剤です。 本製品の用途としては、 複合プラスチックレンズの接着、ガラスやプラスチック間の偏光フィルムの積層、金属やプラスチックマウントへのレンズの取付け、およびプラスチック光学素子へのカバーガラスの接着などがあります。 硬化後の高分子の屈折率の典型値は1.54です。
NOA81
Glass-MetalExcellent
Glass-GlassExcellent
Glass-PlasticFair
NOA81 は、硬化時間が非常に短い接着剤です。 NOA61と同様の品質で、NOA61の3倍から5倍の速さで硬化しますが、 硬化時間はUV光源によって異なります。 また、本製品は高速硬化に加え、より丈夫で強力な接着も得られます。 硬化の速さや強力な接着が必要とされる用途に推奨される製品です。 硬化後の高分子の屈折率の典型値は1.56です。 NOA61同様、硬化後の研磨が可能です。
K6-NOAK6-NOAキットは、上記6種類全てのUV硬化接着剤に個々の応用データがついたセットになります。 本キットにはガラスを金属に仮止めするためのNBA107は含まれていません。
NBA107NBA107は 金属研磨用固定器具に光学部品を一時的に接着する際に使用する1液性UV硬化性接着剤です。 UV光に当てることで硬化するため、熱硬化性接着剤でみられる熱による変形を抑えることができます。 80 °Cの温水に接着部を浸けることで光学素子を解体したり取外したりすることも可能です。 硬化後の高分子の屈折率の典型値は1.51です。

共通仕様

  • 硬化:UV
  • 色:透明
  • 直線収縮率:1.5%
  • 室温での熱膨張係数:220 x 10-6 in/in-°C
Item #Recommended UsesAdhesionViscosity @ 25 °CnaTensile StrengthShore D
Hardness
Net
Weightb
GlassMetalPlastic
NOA60cTough general purpose adhesive with
excellent insulating properties
GoodGoodFair300 CPS1.562,800 psi811 ± 0.07 oz
(28 ± 2 g)
NOA61Preferred optical adhesive, meets MIL-A-3920ExcellentExcellentFair300 CPS1.563,000 psi85
NOA63Bond components by curing a hard resilient,
thick bead along an edge
GoodGoodFair2,000 CPS1.565,000 psi90
NOA65Flexible adhesive suitable for low strain
applications and cold blocking
GoodGoodFair1,200 CPS1.521,500 psi50
NOA68Flexible bond, ideal for plastics such as
polycarbonate, CAB and acrylic
ExcellentGoodGood to
Excellent
5,000 CPS1.542,500 psi60
NOA81Fast curing adhesive for tacking, a hard
resilient bond
ExcellentExcellentFair300 CPS1.564,000 psi90
NBA107Temporary bonding of optics to metalFairExcellentFair350 CPS1.51--100 g
  • 屈折率、n
  • 重量は、製品の純量であり、包装その他の重さは含まれません。
  • NOA60はK6-NOAのセットの一部としてのみの販売となります。

光学特性

以下のようなコーシーの方程式により、ある波長(λ)におけるNOA 、NBAシリーズ光学接着剤の屈折率(n)の算出が可能です。

Cauchy's Equation

n25 °Cは25 °Cにおけるある波長の屈折率で、A、BおよびCが材料により決定される定数のとき
接着剤NOA61, NOA63 および NOA81に対し、
A = 1.5375
B = 8290.45
C = -2.11046 x 108

接着剤NOA65NBA107に対しては、
A = 1.50631
B = 5435.62
C = 2.77798 x 107

注:当社は、現在もNOAシリーズ接着剤の光学特性を収集しています。新しい情報は、随時掲載してまいります。


Posted Comments:
Jooyoung Lee  (posted 2021-03-03 18:00:41.05)
Can I know the optical transmittance and glass transition temperature of each product??
Ben Cotts  (posted 2021-01-15 16:45:11.577)
Are NOA61 or NOA81 best for Sapphire-Metal bonding?
YLohia  (posted 2021-01-28 10:38:10.0)
Thank you for contacting Thorlabs. Either will work well for your application -- they will have similar results when fully cured.
user  (posted 2020-12-02 08:11:55.157)
Please could you provide any information on the contact angle to water of NOA81.
llamb  (posted 2020-12-09 03:28:36.0)
Thank you for contacting Thorlabs. We do not have formal test data on any NOA adhesives' contact angle, though I will reach out to you directly with some third party papers that discuss contact angle of NOA81.
云坤 王  (posted 2020-11-23 16:40:15.677)
请问这些胶固化后怎么去除?我们用来粘合玻璃和PDMS,用完后希望把PDMS揭下来并且不希望在玻璃上留下残留。How to remove these adhesives after curing? We use it to glue glass with PDMS. We want to remove PDMS after use and do not want to leave any residue on the glass.
llamb  (posted 2020-11-24 01:32:17.0)
Thank you for your feedback. I will reach out to you directly with a document discussing separating lenses bonded with our NOA- adhesives. In short, the simplest method is to immerse the lens overnight in a solvent combination made up of the following: 100 parts by weight methylene chloride, 15 parts methanol, 2 parts concentrated ammonia (26 Baumé or 29% NH ).
Rick Metzbower  (posted 2020-10-30 11:24:15.167)
What is the density of NOA68?
YLohia  (posted 2020-10-30 11:35:22.0)
Hello Rick, the liquid density is 1.231 gm/cc while the cured density is 1.29 gm/cc.
bouchez guillaume  (posted 2020-10-22 03:58:35.34)
hello I'd like used NOA63 for making cube. Have you a curve of transmittance for this product, i'm interrested to this for the range 260-1000nm. Thank you for you reply.,
YLohia  (posted 2020-10-26 04:42:15.0)
Hello, thank you for contacting Thorlabs. Please see the transmission curve for the NOA63 on Norland's website here: https://www.norlandprod.com/adhesives/NOA%2063.html.
user  (posted 2020-10-15 15:03:21.66)
Hello, we will use NOA61 for gluing optics onto mounts, would it possible in some way to remove glued optical element from the mount?
YLohia  (posted 2020-10-15 11:34:05.0)
Hello, thank you for contacting Thorlabs. The simplest method for separating a lens bonded with Norland Optical Adhesive is to immerse the lens in a solvent combination made up of the following: methylene chloride, 100 parts by weight ‐methanol, 15 parts ‐ concentrated ammonia (26 Baumé or 29% NH ), 2 parts. A typical 1" diameter lens will separate easily before the full cure by an overnight soak in these solvents. A fully cured lens requires a longer soak because the adhesive is more crosslinked and slows the solvent penetrations. To separate some lenses, a slight thermoshock is necessary. Warm the lens up to 150°F and immerse it in the solvent combination while still warm. An alternate heating method is to place lenses in a vacuum coater and heating them under vacuum until they separate. Then you can remove adhesive from glass surfaces by immersing in the solvent combination. Protective goggles and gloves should be used when handling these chemicals.
Philip Ekstrom  (posted 2020-09-16 04:51:26.943)
What is it that changes about NOA68 when it is too old to use, that you can notice to tell you not to use it?
llamb  (posted 2020-09-17 03:32:27.0)
Thank you for contacting Thorlabs. When these adhesives are past their shelf life or expired, they will increase in viscosity and get thicker. So outside of following the manufacturing date and shelf life, there would be some user judgement.
peiran yin  (posted 2020-09-02 10:58:37.35)
what's the density of NBA 107? Thanks
YLohia  (posted 2020-09-02 11:55:05.0)
Hello Peiran, thank you for contacting Thorlabs. The liquid density is 1.231 gm/cc while the cured density is 1.29 gm/cc.
Philip Ekstrom  (posted 2020-09-01 13:41:17.96)
What is the volume resistivity of NOA68? Thanks phil.ekstrom@nmt.us
YLohia  (posted 2020-09-02 11:28:20.0)
Hello Phil, thank you for contacting Thorlabs. The volume resistivity of the NOA68 is 10^15 Ohms-cm.
Wenpeng Liu  (posted 2020-07-26 16:21:54.093)
Hi, I hope this email finds you well. This is Wenpeng Liu from Harvard Medical School. We are currently doing research that relates to nanofabrication, and notice that Norland Optical Adhesive 61 (NOA 61) is a great candidate for the nano-imprinting. Would you like to send me some free samples of Norland Optical Adhesive 61 (NOA 61) for test? I appreciate your support and look forward to hearing from you. Thank you. Wenpeng with best regards
YLohia  (posted 2020-07-27 10:23:40.0)
Hello Wenpeng, thank you for contacting Thorlabs. We will reach out to you directly to discuss your request further.
Jerzy Dolinski  (posted 2020-02-12 05:02:01.9)
Hi, is NOA61 suitable for bonding the High-Power Polarizing Beamsplitter Cube to aluminium holder? Could you please recommend other adhesives?
llamb  (posted 2020-02-12 05:24:15.0)
Thank you for contacting Thorlabs. Yes, NOA61 will have excellent bond strength between a beamsplitter cube and an aluminum holder, and between glass and metals in general. You can also consider NOA81 for a faster curing time with similar strength, or otherwise our general adhesives linked in our Related Items column above.
Alexandre Braga  (posted 2020-01-23 14:31:55.43)
Hi, Do you have instructions on how to use (cure) NOA61?
YLohia  (posted 2020-01-23 03:54:24.0)
Hello, thank you for contacting Thorlabs. The NOA61 is cured by ultraviolet light with maximum absorption within the range of 320-380 nm with peak sensitivity around 365nm. Typically for optical applications, a precure is used first. The precure time is of sufficient duration to set the bond and allow it to be moved without disturbing alignment. This is followed by a longer cure under UV light to obtain full cross linking and solvent resistance of the adhesive. For the precure, you may use the CS2010 at a low intensity setting for up to a minute. The final cure can be accomplished within a few minutes using our CS2010 curing system at full intensity. Please note that actual curing times change from application-to-application due to varying amounts of adhesives used, power density of the source, and materials being bonded.
Mohamed Mohamed  (posted 2020-01-14 11:59:04.38)
Can you please provide me with the absorption spectrum of NOA61, starting from a wavelength of 200 nm?
YLohia  (posted 2020-01-14 12:05:05.0)
Thank you for contacting Thorlabs. I have reached out to you directly with the transmission data for the NOA61 that we have.
Takagi Daisuke  (posted 2019-10-10 17:38:58.82)
Please tell us about the moisture-proof performance of NOA61 after bonding.
asundararaj  (posted 2019-10-11 04:44:38.0)
Thank you for contacting Thorlabs. NOA61 is specified to have a 0.16% water absorption after curing. I have reached out to you directly to discuss this further.
SIAR VILK  (posted 2019-09-30 08:40:23.67)
Good day! We have a problem - can't find quality optically clear adhesive for bonding scintillators (glass) and optical fibers (plastic, PMMA), or a scintillator (crystal) + fiber (plastic, PMMA) + photomultiplier tube (glass). Which of your materials can you recommend? Do I need a sublayer for good adhesion? How is this material applied and how is it polymerized? These adhesives are repairable? Thank you!
nbayconich  (posted 2019-10-03 08:26:36.0)
Thank you for contacting Thorlabs. One possible solution is to use the NOA68 however the NOA86 provided by Norland would be the best option in terms of bonding plastic fiber to glass substrates, this isn't readily available on our website but can be purchased through Norland directly. No sublayer would be needed and the adhesive can be removed with acetone if it is still in liquid form. Once cured removal is more difficult but possible, I'll reach out to you with more information about adhesive removal. In terms of the NOA86 and NOA68 curing properties, NOA86 is formulated to bond fiber and is able to withstand exposure to 85C/85%Relative Humidity, the NOA68 will not. NOA86 is oxygen inhibited so it would need to be cured under a nitrogen atmosphere if exposed to air, the NOA68 is not oxygen inhibited.
Yuki Nishio  (posted 2019-09-17 11:28:43.463)
Hello. According to your website, NOA61 works well with metal and glass. I'd like to glue a cupper or an aluminium plate onto a glass slide by NOA61. Let me know with which metal it works well.
YLohia  (posted 2019-09-17 12:48:16.0)
Hello, thank you for contacting Thorlabs. The NOA61 will adhere to either metal equally well. Please be sure to expose all the adhesive to the UV light at the same time. If the glass is recessed into a metal holder, there is the possibility that shadowing may occur and cause stress to build up in the bond line.
TAKAGI Daisuke  (posted 2019-09-03 16:54:43.48)
I want to know glass transition temperature (Tg) of "NOA61".
YLohia  (posted 2019-09-03 04:55:01.0)
Hello, thank you for contacting Thorlabs. Tg for the NOA61 is 30 C. CTE = 220 x 10-6 inches/inches/C. This adhesive is made from a urethane related base material and behaves differently than epoxies and acrylates. It is more flexible and resilient, which makes it better able to handle the stress created by bonding substrates with different CTEs. The adhesive becomes a little bit softer above Tg.
Kosuke Mizuno  (posted 2019-07-25 17:41:08.613)
Hello, please let me know the resistance for organic solvent, especially acetone, methanol, ethanol, and xylene.
llamb  (posted 2019-07-25 06:06:46.0)
Thank you for contacting Thorlabs. I have reached out to you directly to discuss the chemical resistance of our Norland Optical Adhesives.
user  (posted 2019-06-21 14:51:21.367)
Hello. Is there a minimum thickness for NOA61? I'm trying to find an adhesive that will give me a bonding layer of about 1 µm. Is that possible with this product?
llamb  (posted 2019-06-25 01:29:57.0)
Thank you for your feedback. Typical applications use a thickness of 1 to 50 mils (~25 µm to ~1 mm) as an adhesive layer. A thinner bond line will mean less bond strength, though a micron thickness has been successfully done before. I have reached out to you directly to discuss your application's needs further.
simone.i.rupp  (posted 2019-02-20 13:50:44.967)
Hello, I wonder at which maximum temperature I can use components bonded by NOA63 after it has been cured via UV. In the data sheet I find a storage temperature (5-25°C), flash point (175°C) and decomposition temperature (> 300°C), but I assume those are valid for the not yet cured product, especially the storage and flash point temperature. (Or is there a risk of setting fire to the cured adhesive over 175°C?) Thanks in advance.
llamb  (posted 2019-02-20 01:35:33.0)
Thank you for your feedback. NOA63 has an operating temperature range from -15 to 60° C when used to bond glass optics, after having been cured. Temperatures to 90° C are possible when the adhesive is used as a thin film or coating, but this will depend on the application. I have reached out to you by email to discuss your application further.
bsaxe011  (posted 2018-02-11 11:57:21.957)
Hello, Is there a way to order several bottles of NOA61 with a specific LOT number? For example, if you zoom in on the image, the product has a LOT number 289 written right beside the number 61. If so, we would like to buy a couple of NOA61 adhesives with LOT number 366. Thanks in advance.
llamb  (posted 2018-02-16 11:08:53.0)
Hello, thank you for contacting Thorlabs. We can offer bottles of optical adhesive with a specific lot number, though it will depend on what we have in stock at the time, as well as the desired quantities. I will reach out to you directly to discuss this further.
user  (posted 2018-01-26 15:11:52.173)
Hi, I would like to glue two plastic optical fibre 1 mm diameter, which product do you recommend?
tfrisch  (posted 2018-01-26 01:12:59.0)
Hello, thank you for contacting Thorlabs. I would not recommend using optically clear adhesive as a form of splicing plastic fibers. It may be that you could still use index matching gel to avoid air between fibers, but I would need to know what the index of refraction of the plastic is. Please reach out to us at TechSupport@Thorlabs.com to discuss the details of your fibers.
jumu3095  (posted 2017-11-09 15:53:07.553)
Hi, I am looking into gluing a waveplate (zero order quartz crystal) to a mirror (BB1-E02). I am interested in keeping high transmission and not induce significant birrefringence. I am looking into the NOA61, do you have any other recommendation? Thanks! Juan
tfrisch  (posted 2017-11-15 05:16:09.0)
Hello, thank you for contacting Thorlabs. Both the mirror coating and the waveplate's AR coating would be designed for glass-air interface, so putting them each in contact with another layer might adversely affect both coatings. I could instead recommend keeping an air gap as surface losses will be small if the waveplate is used near its design wavelength. I will reach out to you directly to discuss your needs.
svasile  (posted 2016-11-10 14:46:03.19)
For NOA61 please specify the units of measure for lambda in the optical properties tab (in the Cauchy formula). Also please provide a link to Norland for the curing schedule (this link worked for me https://www.norlandprod.com/adhesives/noa%2061.html).
tfrisch  (posted 2016-11-10 04:10:28.0)
Hello, thank you for contacting Thorlabs. The units for wavelength are nm. If you have any questions about these Norland adhesives, our Tech Support team (TechSupport@Thorlabs.com) would be the best point of contact.
rahul.kumar  (posted 2016-08-05 19:28:28.18)
Excellent collection of UV curable glues. can you tell me the thermo-optic coefficient for these adhesives? which i need for accurate analysis for one of my experiments.
achmyro  (posted 2015-06-17 13:45:03.207)
If we will use NOA65 for gluing optics into kinematic mounts, would it possible in some way to remove this optical element from the mount? By heating/other treatment? Or will it stay bound forever? Would this removal process require strong force, i.e. is it possible to glue a thin 1 mm dichroic mirror and remove it later intact, if needed?
besembeson  (posted 2015-09-21 04:45:10.0)
Response from Bweh at Thorlabs USA: Depending on the amount of surface area epoxied and how long they have been bonded, it may not be possible to separate these. You can try soaking the parts in either methylene chloride or xylene bath for as long as necessary. Note that these solvents are hazardous so all proper safety precautions must be followed when using these chemicals.
nazmul.eng  (posted 2015-04-01 18:07:21.18)
Whats the Cauchy coefficients for NOA68? And how much thickness it will be after spin coated? Do you have spin coat vs thickness curve?
cdaly  (posted 2015-04-15 03:33:28.0)
Response from Chris at Thorlabs: I'm afraid we do not have any values for the Cauchy coefficients. The only data we have for the refractive index of NOA68 is the specification from Norland Optics which is typically 1.54 for the cured polymer. Unfortunately, we do not have any specifications in terms of the spin coating-thickness dependence either.
yuns.jeon  (posted 2014-12-04 14:29:53.8)
Regarding NOA61,I'm considering to purchase a CS2010. But, I'm concerning that the optical output power of CS2010 is compatible to NOA61. I can see that the recommended power is 2 mW. Could you confirm it compatibility or give any kind of instruction in using NOA61 with CS2010. Thanks.
jlow  (posted 2014-12-11 11:24:45.0)
Response from Jeremy at Thorlabs: The recommended UV-curing intensity is >2mW/cm^2, which the CS2010 can provide easily. The actual intensity from the CS2010 will depend on the attachment you put in front and the current setting from the driver. One should also look at the application (e.g. size of components, cure time requirement) to determine the suitability of the CS2010. I will contact you directly to discuss more about this.
ladislav.chytka  (posted 2014-09-26 14:23:34.453)
In description of NOA63, you specify "excellent transmission in the UV range". We are considering using it for gluing a light guide for 200-400 nm. Could you provide us transmittance values for this region? Also, do you have some glue, that would be cured by light with wavelength outside the 200-400 nm interval? I suspect a transmittance drop near 365 nm as it is the curing wavelenght.
jlow  (posted 2014-09-29 03:18:45.0)
Response from Jeremy at Thorlabs: The NOA63 transmission falls off quickly after 365nm. At 320nm, it has around 80% transmission.
yinghsiulin  (posted 2014-09-04 10:37:11.063)
Could we heat the cured adhesive (such as NOA61) to higher than 60 degree Celsius for 2 hours? What is the limited temperature of cured adhesive? Thanks.
jlow  (posted 2014-09-04 08:24:54.0)
Response from Jeremy at Thorlabs: You can heat the cured adhesive to 60°C. I will send you a graph directly for the service temperature with the coefficient of thermal expansion.
guguoqiang2009  (posted 2013-11-28 19:40:28.573)
Dear technical engineer, I want to know the thermal expansion coefficient of NOA 61.
jlow  (posted 2013-12-04 01:40:23.0)
Response from Jeremy at Thorlabs: You can find the CTE for NOA61 at https://www.norlandprod.com/adhesives/noa61pg2.html.
marcus.nowatzki  (posted 2013-06-03 15:01:45.65)
I have a question to the product NOA61: The adhesive hardered only with the UV light or also without the uv-light but very slower? Thank you for helping.
jlow  (posted 2013-06-04 10:20:00.0)
Response from Jeremy at Thorlabs: The NOA61 epoxy must be cured by UV-light.
marcus.nowatzki  (posted 2013-06-03 14:53:33.467)
1st: I need technical datasheed for adhesive NOA61. Where can i get that. 2nd: The UV Curing system has only a US-power cable, maybe it was better to put an German power cable in the box, when it was delivered in Germany.
jlow  (posted 2013-06-04 10:22:00.0)
Response from Jeremy at Thorlabs: You can find the datasheet at http://www.thorlabs.com/Thorcat/0900/NOA61-SpecSheet.pdf. The CS2010 curing system should have come with a German power cable for you. I will get in contact with you directly to send you a German power cable.
jlow  (posted 2012-10-24 13:41:00.0)
Response from Jeremy at Thorlabs: The typical thickness for the adhesive is on the micron level, from 50-200µm.
ali.eichenberger  (posted 2012-10-24 08:20:32.893)
I plan to use NOA61 or NOA81 to bound a titanium piece on a glass rod (4 mm diam). Is there a typical thikness of glue I need to use? or thiner is better?
Thorlabs  (posted 2010-12-02 09:55:13.0)
Response from Javier at Thorlabs to tang.ep90g: we do not carry the NOA68T adhesive, but me may be able to offer it as a special item for you. I will contact you directly to start the quotation process.
tang.ep90g  (posted 2010-12-02 15:47:32.0)
Do you have NOA68T which is the same series of NOA68?
Thorlabs  (posted 2010-11-08 12:33:22.0)
Response from Javier at Thorlabs to Johannes: We would suggest using the NOA81 or NOA61 if the assembly needs to be polished after the curing process. These cure to the hardest surfaces. I will contact you directly to discuss your requirements regarding temperature dispersion.
johannes.trapp  (posted 2010-11-08 14:49:45.0)
Do you have information about the temperature dispersion of the adhesives? And which ones can be polished after curing?
john.arkwright  (posted 2010-09-28 07:50:01.0)
Hi there Do any of your Norlond optical adhesives, and NOA65 in particular, have approval for medical applications? Thanks John Arkwright
apalmentieri  (posted 2010-01-05 12:04:14.0)
A response from Adam at Thorlabs: In response to my earlier post, we have updated the website with an optical properties tab that includes the Cauchy Equation with Cauchy coefficients.
apalmentieri  (posted 2010-01-04 09:02:39.0)
A response from Adam at Thorlabs: We currently only have dispersion data for the NOA65. The refractive index of NOA65 is 1.5487(365nm), 1.5249(546nm), 1.52005(632.8nm), 1.51299(905nm), and 1.51112(1064.8nm). I am gathering data on the other epoxies and will post more information as soon as we have it. I will also work with our technical marketing team to get this data on the website.
user  (posted 2010-01-03 13:31:46.0)
It would be nice to have data on the index of refraction as a function of wavelength, can you please post the Sellmeier coefficients for these epoxies. If the coefficients are not avialable please provide a few data points (index & wavelength) from which we can estimate the optical disperson.
jens  (posted 2009-05-15 15:09:20.0)
A response from Jens at Thorlabs: The refractive index for the cured NOA61, NOA63, NOA81 polymer , is 1.56, NOA65 is 1.524, NOA68 is 1.54, NBA107 is 1.51. These are typical values as provided by Norland Products Inc. If you need additional data over a wavelenght range please let me know. Thanks
jeffrey.owen.white  (posted 2009-05-15 14:49:52.0)
What is the index of refraction of the various Norland adhesives?
technicalmarketing  (posted 2007-10-24 11:33:01.0)
In response to the last post, we have double checked and yes, the bottle has a net weight of 1 oz., so there is 28 g of adhesive in each bottle.
jschumacher  (posted 2007-10-24 10:39:32.0)
How much adhesive is in each bottle? It is a 1 ounce bottle but does it also include 28gram of adhesive?

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