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Electronic Device Bonding Tapes You Can Rely On

We live in an age of electronic devices. And, as these devices have become indispensable, consumers' expectations for their appearance, functionality and power has increased. Manufacturers, in turn, have responded by pushing the boundaries of hardware engineering and design. A critical part of this push is their ability to create a perfect bond of the lens screen, back cover and central frame. This bond provides a stable shelter for all functional components. For these applications the Avery Dennison FM 9200 series delivers superior bonding, environmental resistance and repositionability.

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How Avery Dennison Is Helping People See Clearly

According to a World Economic Forum report, 2.5 billion people lack the corrective glasses they need. This lack of access is a significant health and quality-of-life problem. The good news? Governments, NGOs and large ophthalmic lens manufacturers are accelerating initiatives to provide more people with that access. At the same time, manufacturers are leveraging innovation to cost-effectively deliver high-performing ophthalmic lenses.* Avery Dennison is contributing to this innovation. Our robust adhesive materials and tapes are helping the world’s leading optical providers increase quality and efficiency. These solutions are fast becoming an integral part of state-of-the-art lens production.

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Our Health and the Air We Breathe: Part 1

When it comes to factors affecting health and well-being, many people’s first thoughts go to the foods they eat, their exercise habits, and even how they sleep. But how many consider the quality of the air they breathe? Fact is, countless studies over the past 50 years have demonstrated that air quality is a major driver of health. According to the World Health Organization, air pollution is the single biggest environmental threat to health

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