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This is partly a conclusion to the wheel disk instructable. We found a better way to attach them and it worked very well using a technique I've used ...
The goal here is to bond a plastic flange to a wheel disk so the disk holds its conical shape. We used: 1. Medium viscosity cyanacrylic glue (a ...
To make this easy -- we applied accelerator to our flange. Accelerator doesn't cure - so this can be done first. So spray a nice light coat onto ...
Apply glue in the approximate area that your part will cover. A little extra is okay as it will be squeezed out.
Press your part (coated in accelerator) onto the glued area immediatly. Apply pressure. Be very careful as the reaction is highly exothermic. It will likely get very hot ...
Sand down any excess and you're done! An alternate method to spraying the accelerator on separately is: 1. Apply Glue 2. Press on Part so some glue seeps ...
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