|Feb 20, 2014, 01:26 PM|
United States, CA, Fremont
Joined Jan 2009
Gluing laminated parts with 3M77
When using 3M77 to laminate parts, you get only one chance to position the glued parts - you can't re-adjust them. Parts with straight edges are somewhat easier to position properly, but not so with curved parts.
Also, when you're laminating more than two parts, two of them are glued on one side and the rest on both sides. It's a bit tricky to spray glue on both sides of a part.
So I made a setup using a board and placing nails around the curved parts to use as guides.
Here are a couple of videos and a picture to demonstrate the idea.
|Feb 20, 2014, 05:16 PM|
The jig is a nice idea, but you need a jig for every part you want to laminate.
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