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Technical Glossary Non-Vacuum Lamination (Roller Lamination with Autoclave)

[Non-Vacuum Lamination (Roller Lamination with Autoclave)]

Non-vacuum lamination is one of the major laminating processes used to apply optical bonding materials. In the non-vacuum lamination process, components are bonded at fixed pressure, with compression rollers which push out any air bubbles present. If bubbles remain, an autoclave is used for degassing. As bubbles frequently appear duringnon-vacuum lamination, degassing is almost always required for certain transparent materials. *An autoclave is a chamber which produces a high-temperature, high-pressure environment.

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