Try epoxy adhesives.
Zhaohong Huang (Mr)
Gintic Institute Manufacturing Technology
71 Nanyang Drive
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Russ Harris [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: 13 August 1998 17:29 PM
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> Subject: silicone tooling inhibitation
> Does anyone know of a viable alternative to the use of cyanoacrylate
> glues in conjunction with polyaddition cure RTV silicon? We presently
> use these glues in the joining of multiple section SLA and FDM models
> and for attaching the required feeders and risers. The glues are
> inhibiting the curing of the silicon leaving a tacky, deteriorated
> surface finish. Ideally I'm looking for a replacement adhesive with
> characteristics as similar as possible to super-glues in terms of
> convenience and speed.
> With Thanks, Russ Harris, Rapid Prototyping, Jaguar Cars.
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