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RE: Primary Frustration!
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Original poster: "Ralph Zekelman" <gridleak@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Chloroform, carefully "injected" along a neatly formed seam, will
strong solvent weld that is transparent. Use a small hypodermic syringe
"inject" the chloroform. Any runs will mar the plastic.
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Sent: Tuesday, April 12, 2005 6:18 PM
Subject: Re: Primary Frustration!
Original poster: "Harold Weiss" <hweiss@xxxxxxxxxx>
Epoxy doesn't work too well with acyrlic, unless it has been roughed up.
Methylene Cloride solvent works well for acrylic/acrylic bonds. It uses
technique called solvent welding, and the results are excellent.
David E Weiss
>Original poster: "Daniel Koll" <dk_spl_audio@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>Well, the epoxy broke off too. I am getting really upset, kind of
>how much time I have spent doing this. I am now trying Gorilla Glue,
>hopefully that will do it. If it doesn't then I am going to have to
>hardware of some sort to mount it. I have yet to see Gorilla Glue fail
>anywhere so I think it should be good.
>Also, I wound a few turns before the epoxy broke and it was really
>drilling the next size up really helped, thanks!