|Item Weight||2.57 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.91 x 4 x 1.91 inches|
|Item model number||1363118|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Material||Polycarbonate (PC), Plastic|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Loctite Epoxy Plastic Bonder 0.85-Fluid Ounce Syringe (1363118 )|
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|Item Volume||25 Milliliters|
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- Bonds nylon, polycarbonate, Mylar, PVC, Acrylic, ABS, stainless steel and many other plastics
- Resistant to solvents, gasoline, diesel fuel and motor Oil
- Extremely resistant to high humidity, moisture and impact
- 0.85 oz
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From the manufacturer
|Plastic Bonder Epoxy||Plastics Bonding System|
|Ideal for:||PVC, polycarbonate, acrylic, ABS, FRP, nylon, Mylar, Delrin, phenolic, aluminum, stainless steel and many other plastics||Plastics such as Plexiglas, polycarbonate, polystyrene, PVC, polyethylene, polypropylene and polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)/Teflon|
|Purpose:||Use for larger household repairs||Use for repairing figurines, costume jewelry, cameras, toys, metal car parts, wiper blades, rubber seals and O-rings|
|Benefits:||20 Minute Set Time, Fuses Plastics, Machinable, Water Resistant, Will Not Shrink or Expand||Bonds difficult plastics together using 2 part system, Sets in Seconds, No Mixing Required, Dries Transparent|
|Sizes:||.85 fl. oz. (25ml) Syringe||Activator: 4ml, Bonder: 2g|
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|Item Dimensions||1.91 x 4.00 x 1.91 inches||1.00 x 4.00 x 7.00 inches||1.40 x 4.40 x 8.80 inches||1.13 x 4.25 x 9.13 inches||1.25 x 6.50 x 3.81 inches||48.42 x 48.42 x 101.60 inches|
1363118 Features: -Bonder. -Bonds nylon, polycarbonate, Mylar, PVC, acrylic, ABS, stainless steel and many other plastics. -Resistant to solvents, gasoline, diesel fuel and motor oil. -Extremely resistant to high humidity, moisture and impact. Product Type: -Plastic Adhesives. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -3.88 Inches. Overall Width - Side to Side: -8 Inches. Overall Depth - Front to Back: -1.5 Inches. Overall Product Weight: -0.2 Pounds.
From the Manufacturer
For over 50 years, Loctite has provided customers with advanced adhesive and sealing solutions. Loctite Epoxy Plastic Bonder is an acrylic formula that is specially formulated to bond and repair plastic surfaces. The convenient double syringe dispenses equal amounts of each component every time. When mixed in equal volumes, the components react to produce a tough, rigid, high strength bond in 20 to 25 minutes. This 2-part acrylic is formulated to give structural strength to plastic projects and repairs, making it great for hard-to-bond plastics. Loctite Epoxy Plastic Bonder does not shrink and is resistant to water, most common solvents and shop fluids. It has high impact resistance and can be sanded and drilled. Our uncompromising level of quality and innovation is achieved through a strong commitment to research and development. This commitment to innovation, quality and reliability has truly earned Loctite the reputation of delivering "Trusted Performance. Proven Results". This item in non-returnable
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1. Sets fast, but not too fast.
2. Can sand it easy.
3. Love the plastic vs the liquid kind. I can shape it easier.
1. Which I could buy a bigger size.
2. You dont have to use it all at once, but I have found if you try to save it a year from now, it might work, it might be junk.
3. Can be messy, but it comes off fine.
4. It will have a little fumes (smell). Try to use somewhere where you have open air and wont offend others around you.
I use this stuff all the time to repair printers, cars, broken items. I love that it sets hard, and I can sand it. I have actually made parts that broke and reshaped them. One trick I have learned, wrap stuff with clear packing tape, it will be smooth and it wont stick to the tape (you can just peel it off). It will also help hold it in place while it sets.
I did not use this product as an adhesive, but more for repairing holes by patching it up, and then start a fresh threading. It just held up very good on plastics. It is not an adhesive, but a plastic bondo that is strong for reattaching fasteners.
In other words, view this more as a patch than as a plastic weld. Other attempted repairs were a broken green outdoor plastic lawn chair, which failed instantly despite meticulous prep, and a slightly flexible laundry basket handle that had broke. It did hold up on the laundry basket for 4-6 months but I could see it cracking and beginning to let loose from the smooth laundry basket plastic. (Think how heavy a load of wet clothes are when you’re carrying with the 2 handles). Ultimately, I drilled holes between 2 support ribs under the handle, installed 2 plastic zip ties to form a tight, solid mechanical joint of the 2 broken sections, and then slathered the entire thing with this Epoxy Plastic Bonder. THAT repair truly HAS held now for over 2 years and I don’t think it will ever fail - stronger than new.
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When I saw the package boldly stating "FUSES PLASTICS", it was music to my ears.
Anyone who's broken something made out of Delrin a.k.a. slippery black "engineering plastic", knows it can't be glued back together because any glue you use just cracks loose when its dry.
I read customer reviews saying this works for gluing Delrin, despite the package not specifically mentioning Delrin. I had an O scale model railroad car where the trucks (the bottom of the car that swivels and holds the 2 axles and wheels) had broken in 2 pieces - making it impossible to hold the wheelsets.
I used this like JB Weld basically, mixed equal portions on cardboard and stirred with an old nail, then globbed it on and shaped until it looked the best I could manage. (Its pretty sticky).
I didn't clamp (instructions do not mention a need for this) but I allowed overnight drying as told.
The result? Seems to be rock solid! I didn't want to push my luck and see how far I could bend before the joint broke.. But to install the wheelsets you need to spread the trucks open, putting significant force on whole thing, and amazingly I felt zero indication the joint was anything other than solid! (My fear was I'd glue it, spread the trucks to install the wheelsets, and the repaired piece would immediately just crack off from the force.)
This glue produced a bond that gives me a lot of CONFIDENCE I can TRUST it to hold together long term, and that's the most important thing. I already forgot which truck is the one I repaired. (Nothing's worse than fixing something but knowing its still "the weak one" and having to always baby it for fear of it breaking again.)
The only negatives I can say about this glue are:
- it took a bit of waste squirting out of 1 tube before the other tube began to flow. (The instructions say to let the tubes stand upright to allow air bubbles to rise to the top so they'll be equalized. I tried this for 30 seconds but it didn't seem like there was any movement, as its a thick consistency. Best idea is to stand it up well before you attempt to use it, then you're guaranteed air has risen as far as it can.)
- it does smell a little foul but not too strong. Not as bad as some other epoxies I've used.
The pot time is quite long on this epoxy, so you can adjust and move items.
My only slight complaint is that it is difficult to get two equal quantities of resin/hardner out of the tubes. One tube always seems to start before the other , giving a bit more that I then have to throw away.