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Posted: 7/17/2002 1:18:49 PM EST
Anybody know of a good strong one?
Link Posted: 7/17/2002 1:31:24 PM EST
PC-11 It's a two part Marine Epoxy and brother to PC-7, but better... Ace Hardware carries it.. if yours doesnt, they will order it for you especialy if you pre pay.. good luck [:)]
Link Posted: 7/17/2002 1:35:18 PM EST
Elmer's Superglue :)
Link Posted: 7/17/2002 2:17:47 PM EST
I've never tried PC-11, it looks like good stuff though. If all else fails I've always had good luck with the ever popular JB Weld, you can get that stuff almost anywhere...
Link Posted: 7/17/2002 2:33:04 PM EST
[b]Items needed:[/b] 1. Piece of Metal Plate(Think thicker the better!) IE: metal to be "Bonded". 2. Piece of Plastic. IE: Plastic to be "Bonded". 3. .50BMG APIT ("Bonding Agent.")(Don't need APIT, but What the Hell!) 4. .50BMG Rifle ("Bonding Device.") [b]Instructions:[/b] (A.) Place plastic (To be "Bonded.") in front of Metal (To be "Bonded.") (B.) Step back from "Bonding Area". (WAY BACK!) (C.) Insert "Bonding Agent" in "Bonding Device". (D.) Align "Bonding Device" to "Bonding Point." (E.) [size=5]BOND![/size=5] When done correctly this procedure often creates "Molecular Level Bonding" of Items being "Bonded!" Tall Shadow
Link Posted: 7/17/2002 8:34:21 PM EST
Paul Harvey recommends JB Weld. I just got some but I haven't had a chance to try it yet. I have been using Brownell's Steel Bed but for some reason it just isn't bonding as well as it did.
Link Posted: 7/17/2002 8:48:33 PM EST
[Last Edit: 7/17/2002 9:03:33 PM EST by Winston_Wolf]
… Not enough info here. Need to know more about your application. 1. Is it a high strain interface? If so you’ll be best to use an elastomer based adhesive. 2. What does your bond line look like? Do you have a well-prepared surface, as in etched, scuffed and clean? Do a water break test after prep. 3. Best to go with an elevated temperature cure film adhesive. Make certain it has scrim cloth, mesh or other bond line thickness management medium in it. 4. If surfaces aren’t matched well best to stick with a paste adhesive. Use an “over the counter” two-part epoxy. Again, use micro-spheres as a bond line thickness controller. 5. Service envelope. Will your system be exposed to elevated temperatures? High humidity? Salt or UV rays? … Or are you just fixing the kids tricycle? [spelling]
Link Posted: 7/17/2002 8:52:35 PM EST
1/2 inch bolts.
Link Posted: 7/17/2002 9:24:19 PM EST
Another vote for JB cold weld. Not the fast setting formula. The original.
Link Posted: 7/17/2002 11:14:00 PM EST
Link Posted: 7/18/2002 2:17:05 AM EST
E6000 might work, depending on your application. If it won't, then here's another vote for JB Weld. the_reject
Link Posted: 7/18/2002 2:58:52 AM EST
Been a little too rough on the blow-up doll, have we?
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