3M fastbond amounts

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Re: 3M fastbond amounts

Postby yrock87 » Fri Jul 08, 2016 11:30 am

KCStudly wrote:If I were to do it again I would go straight to epoxy. i had very little epoxy experience at the start of my project and was reluctant to go there, too, but now it is like an old shoe that fits right and is the best tool for the job much of the time.

agreed. the high apparent cost of epoxy to beginners isn't so bad once you look at the alternatives, the bonds they produce, the amount you will use, and the limitations of all the products.
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