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 Recommended Glues


RECOMMENDED GLUES

  • All water based glue
  • Franklin Glue Company
  • Multibond - Titebond II
  • National Adhesives
  • Kor - Lok
  • Urea Resin Types

The glues listed above are but a few of the many types that may be used with success.  It may be stated that any Urea or Resorcinol Resin should give satisfactory results, as will cross-link polyvinyl adhesives. The welder heats the water in these glues to cause it to set.

Some glues of the type mentioned above require a high pressure while others require only minimal pressure.  If a glue problem arises it is best to contact your local adhesive representative and they will answer your questions.

Remember that overheating any glue will make it become less strong.  Never weld longer than 10 seconds maximum time.

Polyvinyl resins, and ready mixed white glue, can be used under certain conditions.  Your project should remain clamped under strong pressure until the joint cools.  It will cool in about 2 minutes.


 
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