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Offline GlennCauley

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M100XF High Performance CA
« on: 11 Nov , 2014, 10:42 »
I simply got to put a "shout out" for the new CA glue I am using lately.

Mercury Adhesives
M100XF High Performance ARF CA glue

http://www.mercuryadhesives.com/products.htm


This stuff is amazing to work with.
It is thinner than "medium" but not overly watery like "thin."   
It applies well with a sharp toothpick, and flows well among parts.
It has a set-up time of a few seconds, so you have time to reposition parts.

It hardens nicely with accelerator, or can be left to dry on its own.
When it does cure/harden, it is SOLID as a ROCK  (though it does de-bond well with the debonder)
Glenn Cauley
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Re: M100XF High Performance CA
« Reply #1 on: 18 Nov , 2014, 04:28 »
Many thanks for moving it here, Wink!  :D
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Re: M100XF High Performance CA
« Reply #2 on: 22 Nov , 2014, 01:20 »
Thanks to you we have a new category! This category is a no brainer, but sometimes I have no brain! Thanks for posting it.
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Re: M100XF High Performance CA
« Reply #3 on: 10 Dec , 2015, 22:46 »
I concur i have used their gel version with their accelerator. it works great on most builds expect on OLD plastic model kits, the accelerator tends to make the plastic where it touches very brittle.
« Last Edit: 10 Dec , 2015, 23:00 by OldNoob »