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    Bondic

    As any one used Bondic for anything.


     
     
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    Is that the new superglue cured by UV

     
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Themackay View Post
    Is that the new superglue cured by UV
    Yes. I have just been reading about it.

     
     
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    It looks good pity it comes from the states

     
     
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    I feel we have sufficient materials right now to avoid sensation materials until they are available,provan or essential. It quacks like a duck so far.

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    If itís similar to the stuff my teeth are filled with then I can confirm it works well. If itís a similar cost then I can confirm I wonít be buying any!

     
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by 21William View Post
    If it’s similar to the stuff my teeth are filled with then I can confirm it works well. If it’s a similar cost then I can confirm I won’t be buying any!

    COOPER 01/08/1998-31/01/2012

     
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Themackay View Post
    It looks good pity it comes from the states
    You can get it on ebay

     
     
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    I would give it a try if it wasn't expensive, the technology has been around for a while.

    Not the same but I use UV activated varnish on my fishing flies and it's excellent stuff.
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    A French friend of mine bought some through the internet. Not Bondic but another make, apart from being expensive, its only as good as far as the light will penetrate, and then the light has to be very close, so no room for trembling hands. The quantities supplied are small and expensive for its quantity and its only good for tiny areas. So gluing the inside of something doesn't work, however filling a shallow groove can work so as a decoration ie gluing a silver wire bead into a shallow groove could be a use since it can be sanded very clean.
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