3M solutions hold tight and last longer against stress points.
Small joints are typically irregularly shaped with only a small area available for bonding. The smaller, more irregular the joint, the greater the challenge to create a firm hold that can withstand heavy wear. Generally, these are insertion or overlap joints, or a combination of the two.
Typical requirements for Small Joint Assemblies include:
Shaft-hosel designs transfer the impact force of a golf club head when striking a ball.
Mortise and tenon joints rely on the strength of the wood to help resist stress.
Allow tight adhesion of low surface energy materials with chemical resistance for durable and strong adhesion.
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