I need to attach a piece of engraved PG clear acrylic to a backing of PG black acrylic the same size. What’s the best way to do it that will look good and be pretty easy?
I am beating my head with that stuff, It vaporizes almost at boiling, wont suck up into the needle, and makes a mess if it spills. I have been storing it in the freezer to keep the vapor pressure down and that helps but it is far from pretty easy.
My cans last several years stored in my garage. I always push the metal top back in which helps. I haven’t had any issues with the needles unless the needles were clogged. I use a brush most of the time anyway and that works just as well as a needle.
It does evaporate quickly; it is supposed to.
Good stuff. I also use Testers model cement, much higher viscosity so it stays where you put it, slightly longer working working time but really only good for small areas.
Or you could go the mechanical route and cut/drill a few holes and attach them with nuts and bolts. McMaster-Carr has an astonishing variety of them to choose from, including a variety of plastics. Like these glass-filled nylon screws.
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