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Plastruct Plastic Weld w/applicator 2oz

4.4 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews
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  • PLASTIC WELD SOLVENT CEMENT
  • Immediately tacky
  • Sets in minutes
  • Permanently bonds ABS to Butyrate, ABS to Styrene, ABS to Acrylic and more
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Product Description

The leading general purpose solvent cement for fast, permanent bonding of most dissimilar plastics. Immediately tacky. Sets in minutes. Permanently bonds ABS to Butyrate, ABS to Styrene, ABS to Acrylic and more. Actually dissolves a thin film of the surfaces to be joined, creating a bond as strong as the surrounding areas. Also works as a liquid filler. Full coverage attained by capillary action. Comes with applicator brush in cap. 2oz Bottle

Product Information

Item Weight 6.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B00FDFWJD8
Manufacturer recommended age 10 years and up
Best Sellers Rank #28,196 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#25 in Toys & Games > Hobbies > Hobby Building Tools & Hardware > Adhesives
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"Glue" or "adhesive" is not the right word for this stuff. It is a solvent that makes the surface of the plastic gooey so the pieces stick together as if they were molded that way, so it welds the pieces together; thus the name Plastic Weld. I was looking at buying the Plastruct sheet assortment to make a case for my Raspberry Pi & 5" LCD when I saw this stuff listed as "frequently bought together". As soon as I saw it I knew I wanted it.

I fully expected this to have a very annoying stench and knowing that "dung happens" (as the Feb 29 reviewer detailed), before I opened the bottle I took a small cardboard box & cut a hole in the top to use as an anti-topple stand for this stuff. As it turns out it doesn't stink any worse than the common "Testors"(TM) cement, but I still did the work in my garage to keep the smell out of the house.

The instructions say to put the pieces together and then apply a "drop" of the solvent to the joint & it will wick into the joint. Well, apparently if you cut the pieces nice & straight & smooth the stuff can't wick into the joint OR else it just evaporated too fast in my cold garage, because the joints broke very easily if I did it that way. You can see in the image of the easily broken bond that the plastic was only bonded at the very edge of the joint, not all across it.
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My kid breaks toys all the time and this stuff can fix most of them in seconds. Simply hold the broken part in place, dab a little at the join and capillary action takes the glue into the break. Hold it firmly and count to 60 and BAM! Fixed toy.
"Wow Daddy! You're amazing!"
"No Honey, I'm just a normal human man. Plastruct Plastic Weld w/applicator is amazing. "
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The one drawback to small bottles of glue that stand up straight-and too tall- is that they tend to fall over at the most inopportune times...like when you have a bunch of styrene parts you have JUST fabricated... On the bench, just waiting to be "christened". More new words are uttered, the air will also turn a shade of blue.
...To combat this little bit of frustration, might I recommend this little titbit which has actually been around awhile.
Take three blocks of 3/4" plywood about three inches square, or so, and glue them together-like a lamination. Once that dries, using a 1-1/2" bit, find the center of the block and drill it to about 2" deep. This doesn't exactly have to be cabinet-quality; just to keep you from ordering more glue prematurely... Now, I usually put a coat or two of some sort of sealer; if for no other reason, to keep crud, etc, from getting into the grain of the plywood block.
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This stuff is amazing... beware of two things: First, the set time is very fast, so there is no time to apply glue and then move pieces around... Also, the bottom of the bottle is round, so the slightest touch causes it to fall over, and if you haven't tightened the top, it is going to spill and go everywhere... (I made a base for it...)... good news though, it only sticks to plastic, so it doesn't adhere to skin or other things not plastic
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Worked great on styrene I used to build a clock for my mother. Also used it to fix a couple plastic globes on a light fixture. Does not work on all plastics, but works well on the ones it reacts with. This is essentially a user friendly bottle of methyl ethyl ketone. It breaks down the bonds in the plastic then evaporates off allowing the plastic to meld back together.
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I bought this Plastruct Plastic Weld to glue the typical styrene plastic found in model kits to the plastic white sheet that can be found elsewhere for sale here on Amazon. It is a very thin glue that will easily flow into joints created by using the disimilar plastics. It does indeed actually weld or melt the plastics together forming a very strong bond. This is the stuff you want.
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This a nice item to have when building plastic kits. It gives you another choice of glues. This item I especially like and use frequently during construction of models I sometimes use regular glue to tack pieces together, wait about 2 minutes then apply the plastic weld to the seams, wait about 10 Seconds and then squeeze the parts together or secure them with a rubber band or small clamp. With the plastic weld I can always close any open seams or small gaps in models.
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I hugely prefer this to glue for most things. I used it to construct the Revell USS Constitution and the physical weld makes for a better presentation than a seam with a line of glue in between. Works fast, dries quickly. I was able to move through steps in a matter of minutes as opposed to having to wait for hours as I do with some of the wood glues I use on other models.
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