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 Post subject: JB Weld and epoxy glue
PostPosted: 05 Aug 2019, 16:11 
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JB weld,

I have noticed with JB weld that it cures in 24 hours, however that's not full strength.
It seems to get harder over about a week and the product is different to work with over this time period.

It would be interesting to hear other peoples experience with epoxy glues.

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PostPosted: 05 Aug 2019, 21:03 
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Hi, I use quick set epoxy for most things as I don't need a huge amount of strength. I use JB when it must be machined later. For that I use a Dremel tool and various sanding disks or bits.

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PostPosted: 03 Oct 2019, 07:30 
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M. Gregg wrote:
JB weld,

I have noticed with JB weld that it cures in 24 hours, however that's not full strength.
It seems to get harder over about a week and the product is different to work with over this time period.

It would be interesting to hear other peoples experience with epoxy glues.

Regards
M. Gregg


Every word exactly as I would say it. Good stuff but shocking to work with.

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