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  • 30-06-2010, 17:29
    93fxdl
    how about trying this type of clips for mocking up
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    as i have used these pins and clamps for holding parts together for mock up
    also if gluing ally try etch priming first, as all aircraft parts i have bonded had to be painted to prevent corosion and improve adhesion
    ttfn glenn
  • 30-06-2010, 15:02
    Skcollob
    Stuck some ally body panels and cappings on my project with Tiger Seal, as well as brass->marine ply and ally->ply etc. Tested it before, stuck really well. e.g. the wood would rip before the glop.

    Used HTS2000 before (similar to Lumiweld), worked really well. On thin bits it could be a bit close to melting the bits. Durafix looks good and more versatile, but not seen it used yet. JB Weld is solid/no flex, if that matters.
  • 29-06-2010, 22:02
    kapri
    Anyone tried the Lumiweld type stuff ?
  • 29-06-2010, 21:50
    blackpopracing
    Several hours Kev.
  • 29-06-2010, 21:50
    stepsidebill
    its used for sticking caravans together and truck bodies kev,goggle sikaflex 221.
  • 29-06-2010, 21:46
    kapri
    Quote Originally Posted by stepsidebill View Post
    as previous kev.sikaflex 221.
    Seen the 221 one on E bay , Sikaflex site had recommened 552 for ali . Long long does it take to cure to handlable strength Bill ?
  • 29-06-2010, 21:43
    kapri
    Has to be a working prototype , already made the cardboard one to check fitment Once I decide which design is best I'll remake it and have it welded.
  • 29-06-2010, 21:43
    stepsidebill
    Quote Originally Posted by stepsidebill View Post
    sikaflex kev.sticks ****e to ****e mate.25 a box of 12. black or white.
    as previous kev.sikaflex 221.
  • 29-06-2010, 21:37
    blackpopracing
    Gaffa tape and cardboard Kev!
    Any Sikaflex will glue ally, just sand it a bit first to rough it up, its kin sticky stuff! depends if you want it to last though.
  • 29-06-2010, 21:32
    kapri
    Thanks for the offer Mark, the trouble is that at the moment it's a 'make it up as your go along' procedure . I've checked E bay but no 552 as has been recommended for ali.
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