Optical Lamination and Bonding
A fully laminated window consists of two outer substrates with a sandwich construction of alternating layers of adhesive and other elements, such as mesh and optical films.
The optically matched adhesive layer provides a fully laminated structure in which the entire surface between layers is bonded. There is no limit to the number of layers or materials that you can incorporate into a laminated window, providing they are optically and mechanically compatible.
Fully laminated windows allow a wide range of substrates. The standard options are:
Glass, Polycarbonate and Acrylic
The appropriate substrate is selected by matching substrate properties to end-use requirements and cost.
Optical Filters knowledge and experience is required for the optimum selection and processing of the dry film adhesive. At least one layer is required between each solid component in the laminate.