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    whats the product of choice for bonding pieces of plastic together?
    need something that will "fuse" the plastics and get a nice good stick


    thanks
    2004 G35 Coupe project

  • #2
    Check a few posts down in the Fabrication forum... you'll find my thread on finding a good plastic adhesive:

    http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=28049

    I've gone and used the Fusor stuff, and it seems to work fairly well. It's messy, but it cures fast and firm, and sands to a smooth finish.

    Someone else recommended a product called "Rigid Filler" made by Dominion. It appears to do a very good job as well. Check out it being used here (try the Misc Work column): http://hzemall.com

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    • #3
      i wasnt really looking at this stufft o use for filler, just something to stick the plastics together so they held tight
      2004 G35 Coupe project

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      • #4
        Originally posted by aoLhaTer
        whats the product of choice for bonding pieces of plastic together?
        need something that will "fuse" the plastics and get a nice good stick


        thanks
        www.plastex.net

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        • #5
          http://www.loctiteproducts.com/produ...id=49&plid=517

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          • #6
            my favorite is CA (seey-ay), its short for cyranoacrilate or something like that. you can get it with kicker in a spray bottle, makes the glue dry instantly, if the 1-15 second cure time is too long for you.

            it doesnt break polymers and repolymerize plastics, but its awesome at bonding. definitely a glue of choice at audio shops and hobbyists. you can get it at any hobby shop.

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            • #7
              Try a glue called Plastiweld, made by Plastruct. You can find it in a local model/hobby shop.

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              • #8
                Any of those can help me mold my body kit to my car?

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