2-Pack Liquid Plastic Welder Starter Kit

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2-Pack Liquid Plastic Welder Starter Kit
Price: $25.99
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Cheaper elsewhere… :stuck_out_tongue:

For a 2-pack plus bonus refills? Can you be more specific?

Maybe they are referring to here, with 4 tubes of plastic for $20

http://www.qvc.com/Bondic-EVO-UV-Light-Activated-Bonding-Kit-w-4-Refill-Tubes.product.V34775.html

bah, liquid crap. It holds for about 30 minutes if you’re lucky. It’s works like a thicker nail polish then the connection breaks. No matter what I tried it on the bond would never hold.

Agree. It’s junk.

Maybe but that doesn’t have two holder thingies.

I’ve had occasion to use far more than my fair share of this sort of stuff.

We use it to create and modify engineering prototypes by building up layers of material then machining them to new dimensions.

Oddly, I’ve never used it as a glue, but as an add-on material it is surprisingly tough.

The problems with these kits is the small amount of glue and the weak flashlight.

If you’re serious about getting and using UB glue then take off the training wheels and buy this instead:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00QSA77NE

  1. More fluid.
  2. More powerful light
  3. Material fluoresces so you can see it all and make sure you hit it with enough UV.

Save your money. Another failed roduct

it’s actually somewhat useful as a light patch but to actually connect something like a broken eyeglass frame and use it like it’s not broken is false advertising. Too expensive for what it has helped me fix.