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Apr 05, 2015, 10:06 PM
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How to Repair?


I bought this Pro Combo Pan & Tilt for CCD and GoPro HERO3 from the Ready Made RC. It's done of Carbon Fiber. Which glue can I use to repair it?
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Apr 06, 2015, 05:09 AM
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If the surfaces to be bonded are sufficiently rough, any epoxy will work well.

CF is the cloth material but, epoxy or polyester resins are still used to make the cloth into a rigid material. My choice would be epoxy in this case.

A little education on the materials in question...
http://www.sollercomposites.com/epoxyresinchoice.html

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Apr 06, 2015, 07:33 AM
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Originally Posted by rdstarwalt
If the surfaces to be bonded are sufficiently rough, any epoxy will work well.

CF is the cloth material but, epoxy or polyester resins are still used to make the cloth into a rigid material. My choice would be epoxy in this case.

A little education on the materials in question...
http://www.sollercomposites.com/epoxyresinchoice.html

-=Doug
Ok. Thank you
Apr 06, 2015, 08:20 AM
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Originally Posted by rdstarwalt
If the surfaces to be bonded are sufficiently rough, any epoxy will work well.

CF is the cloth material but, epoxy or polyester resins are still used to make the cloth into a rigid material. My choice would be epoxy in this case.

A little education on the materials in question...
http://www.sollercomposites.com/epoxyresinchoice.html

-=Doug
I think I will use the Zap epoxi five minutes.

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Apr 11, 2015, 06:36 PM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by rdstarwalt
If the surfaces to be bonded are sufficiently rough, any epoxy will work well.

CF is the cloth material but, epoxy or polyester resins are still used to make the cloth into a rigid material. My choice would be epoxy in this case.

A little education on the materials in question...
http://www.sollercomposites.com/epoxyresinchoice.html

-=Doug
The Readymaderc (www.readymaderc.com) recommended Cyanoacrilate. However, I will use Z-Epoxy


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