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Greg M. Jung
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Re: Masterbond Innovation
Greg M. Jung   3/23/2013 10:55:16 PM
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I also loved how their advertising has evolved over the years.  I remember how their first ads were so basic and simple (compared to the surrounding ads) that they just stood out.  Now their ads looks so much more sophisticated and modern and really showcase their products even better.

notarboca
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Re: Masterbond Innovation
notarboca   3/23/2013 10:08:04 PM
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I, too, have used Masterbond when no other adhesive met the electromechanicals specs.

Good 20 years ago and better now!

Greg M. Jung
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Masterbond Innovation
Greg M. Jung   3/22/2013 10:06:03 PM
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I've been following Masterbond for many, many years and it seems like this company really knows adhesives.  Their new Super Gel 9 looks to be soft, yet durable.  They continue to be an innovative leader in their field.



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