From: Markus Hitter (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Aug 17 2005 - 18:11:01 EEST
Am 17.08.2005 um 14:28 schrieb email@example.com:
> Does anyone have a need for bonding (gluing) SLA resins, once they
> are cured?
This is probably a common need. Any two component epoxy resin (my
favourite is UHU Plus, a german product) should do fine. I didn't try
cyanacrylate or polyester glue, but I don't see a reason why they
shouldn't work either.
> Anyone ever had a problem bonding cured SLA resins.
In principle, you'd even be able to use the SLA's build resin.
However, I've found cured SLA resin to shield UV light quite good:
you need up to several days of UV oven or sunlight exposure to get
the fluid in thight, deep gaps completely hardened.
> If so, please contact me off the list to discuss.
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