INSTA-CURE Gap Filling Cyanoacrylate 1oz

INSTA-CURE+ is a higher viscosity CA for loose fitting joints in which the adhesive must bridge gaps. Normally, the thicker CA is applied to one surface and then the parts are held tightly together for about 5 to 15 seconds. For large surface areas, including those with close fitting joints such as laminations, INSTA-CURE+ should also be used. To prevent premature curing, don't spread the glue into a thin film. Lay down a serpentine bead with about 1" separations on one surface, then assemble the parts, letting the pressure spread the CA out.

Hobbylinc INSTA-CURE Gap Filling Cyanoacrylate 1oz Hobby CA Super Glue #107
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 Hobbylinc # hlc107
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  • Hobbylinc Product Number: 107
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"The standard for gap-filling CA glues"
scott
This stuff is great, plain and simple. It just works, filling in gaps and bonding a variety of things together. Especially for rocketry, the gap-filling aspect is very useful. For smaller rockets, this alone will usually hold fins in place (though I'd still encourage at least wood glue fillets). For larger rockets, a few dots along the root edge of a fin will hold it in place against the body tube or motor mount tube, after which you can deploy your favorite epoxy for filleting the fins, inside and out.

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Features

INSTA-CURE+ is a gap filling glue that dries in 5-15 sec.


Specs

  • Hobbylinc Product Number: 107

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1oz bottle of insta-cure +


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"bsi Insta-Cure best I've ever used"
Rick1011 (Evans, Co)
I spend almost every day now building model sailing ships, but until I found Hobbylinc's BSI INSTA-CURE glue, I had never used much ca adhesive. This stuff is remarkable in the way it helps me get deck pieces together, along with setting small cannons, gluing decks to hulls(which don't always fit right), and general small painted pieces. With Hobbylinc's extended tips and BSI's accelerator, nearly all difficult jobs are now a snap! If you need a ca glue that does it all, you've got to have this product. Thank you, Hobbylinc, for providing this exceptional product. Sincerely, Rick

 
"Joining two painted parts together!"
bbhoover
This is the glue to use when you are gluing two painted parts together! The cyanoacrylate (CA/Super glue)formula allows the parts to fuse together better than all other types of glues. Other glues essentially only glue the paint together. When strength is needed in the joint, this product is the one to use. The gap filling property is also a real plus. Do not try to fill larger gaps with one big glob of glue, rather make several layers. You will get much better results. Another product to use with this item is Insta-set, a curing accelerator...a must when you need the joint that is being glued to cure instantly!

 
"Insta Cure Gap Filling Cyanoacrylate Glue"
mooniemac2000
This is CA glue, an extremely strong adhesive. This glue has a high viscosity so it flows slower. This glue is great because it does not leave any noticeable residue. Back in my rookie days in modeling, I messed up when I used nail glue, which also has CA, but left CA residue on the clear part. That makes this CA glue suitable for modeling.

Information

Cyanoacrylates (CAs) have become the adhesive of choice for most hobby and household applications. High quality CAs such as INSTA-CURE, when used properly, form bonds that in many cases are stronger than the material that is being adhered. INSTA-CURE is a highly refined CA which, combined with its freshness, gives a guaranteed 2 year shelf life. CAs are reactive monomers that chemically link (polymerize) when pressed into a thin film. The very thin layer of water moisture present on most surfaces acts as an alkali, or weak base, which is the catalyst that results in bonding; however, the presence of detectable amounts of water usually degrades the performance of CAs.

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