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PU Glues which dont foam

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PU Glues which dont foam

Postby tracerman » 04 Dec 2019, 20:39

In recent times I have used Wudcare's instant grab PU glue which I have found to be very fast and especially good for mortise & tenon joints . However I need a glue with these qualities but which does not " foam" . I was trying to fix some small magnets into shallow holes but the glue was pushing the magnets out again . Any recommendations ? .
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Re: PU Glues which dont foam

Postby 9fingers » 04 Dec 2019, 20:42

tracerman wrote:In recent times I have used Wudcare's instant grab PU glue which I have found to be very fast and especially good for mortise & tenon joints . However I need a glue with these qualities but which does not " foam" . I was trying to fix some small magnets into shallow holes but the glue was pushing the magnets out again . Any recommendations ? .
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two part epoxy would be ideal for this job.

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Re: PU Glues which dont foam

Postby Woodbloke » 04 Dec 2019, 22:30

9fingers wrote:
two part epoxy would be ideal for this job.

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Re: PU Glues which dont foam

Postby will1983 » 05 Dec 2019, 12:38

^^^ What these guys said! ^^^
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