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WHEN!!...welding

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Guest imported_Tesseract

Hey i remember you saying that you do welding...so a quick question:

Do you know of anything that could be used to glue pieces of metal together? like a broken pipe or something like that. I know that it cant be as tough a welding and that superglue doesnt cut it...any ideas?

 

...im running out of chairs here...

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Lux aeterna luceat eis, Domine:

Come Sanctis tuis in aeternum,

Qui pius es, requiem aeternam dona eis,

Domine: et lux perpetua luceat eis.

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Guest imported_Tesseract

makros, that recipee is kinda complicated

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theres this new apoxy glue that came out within the last 6 months thats the strongest surface adhesive ever produced.

 

I'm trying to find the name of it...

 

 

it was strong eoungh to glue two piece of wood end to end and have a 200lb man stand in the middle and it not break 30secs after it was applied.

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Originally posted by wrkr

theres this new apoxy glue that came out within the last 6 months thats the strongest surface adhesive ever produced.

 

I'm trying to find the name of it...

 

 

it was strong eoungh to glue two piece of wood end to end and have a 200lb man stand in the middle and it not break 30secs after it was applied.

 

Sounds good, if you can come up with a name for it it'll be dope

thanx

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dude, this is too easy. my dad's a welder, and he doesn't talk to me. I learnt the answer to your question way back in grade 10. Only thing is that I don't remember. HA! Either way, once you find out, I'm confident you can do it yourself after renting the equipment.

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well since you dont want to weld

and its probably not worth your money or time to rent a welder

i would suggest JB Weld, 'worlds strongest cold weld'

its a cold weld and it holds engine blocks together or so they claim

it is tough shit though and will definately hold pipe together

it comes in two tubes and is a paste when mixed

you can pick it up at any hardware or automotive store

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Guest imported_Tesseract

There is equipment i can use for free, its just a hassle to move things there. I'll stick to cold weld. Thanx

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Originally posted by wrkr

theres this new apoxy glue that came out within the last 6 months thats the strongest surface adhesive ever produced.

 

I'm trying to find the name of it...

 

 

it was strong eoungh to glue two piece of wood end to end and have a 200lb man stand in the middle and it not break 30secs after it was applied.

 

imagine putting some of that onto the chair of some one u dont like. fun times for all

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Guest BROWNer

i would really like to know what wkrk is talking about...

i've been using liquid nails for awhile, its good, but you

gotta stand around and shit down to make sure it sets

if you're doing any outside wall shit....

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Guest imported_El Mamerro

JB Weld or PC7 would rock the spot nicely. The latter is currently holding a lot of my furniture together. Beer,

 

El Mamerro

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Guest BROWNer

i take it that apollo shit is like other epoxy's(2 parts)??

shiet. i want something thats one part that sets that fast.

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Guest socrates

My furniture of cardboard boxes glue not needed

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Originally posted by wrkr

theres this new apoxy glue that came out within the last 6 months thats the strongest surface adhesive ever produced.

 

I'm trying to find the name of it...

 

 

it was strong eoungh to glue two piece of wood end to end and have a 200lb man stand in the middle and it not break 30secs after it was applied.

 

i should put some on my deans chair...fucking asshole

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