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AMMO Black Cyanoacrylate Slow Dry (A.MIG-9034) & Activator (A.MIG-8037) AMMO of Mig Jiménez Cyanoacrylate, Super Glue, Crazy Glue or CA for short, its origins were as a suture-free solution to closing small wounds, although the stuff we use now isn’t medical grade and is usually made mainly from Methyl CA, which is low-grade toxic, so don’t be tempted to use it next time you cut your finger with a scalpel you might not feel any ill effects, but it's not recommended. Modellers have been using CA for a long time now for attaching disparate materials, gluing th
Hi All, PLEASE can any of you help me with 'a problem' that's driving me to distraction, I buy a certain brand of super glue and super glue gel and after a couple of uses the product inside the small plastic bottle seems to dry up and I can't use the product again, yes I do clean the nozzle and brush provided and make sure I have done the caps up, any advice appreciated. Thank you, Colin.
Hello I am building a model with an pretty strong spring in it, and I am extremely disappointed with Plastic Fusion ! (from Super Glue corp) On the upside, my Plasticard / HIPS styrene is mechanically stronger that I thought it would be an is fine. Bonding using EMA Plastic Weld cement is okay, but not brilliant. The problem I have is that any joint is nothing like as strong as the virgin material and thing can always be snapped off again at the original join. BUT after the rave review in this video by CustomsByZ ("Tutorial: The Basics of Working With Styrene" on YouTube)... I am extreme