IC-2000 Black Rubber Toughened CA (1 oz.)

IC-2000 is a rubber-toughened cyanoacrylate that forms superior shock resistant bonds on non-porous surfaces. The black colored CA has added flexibility for the bonding of metals, fiberglass, rubber, carbon-fiber and other advanced materials.

Hobbylinc IC-2000 Black Rubber Toughened CA (1 oz.) Hobby CA Super Glue #118
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 Hobbylinc # hlc118
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Hobbylinc Item # hlc118
Features :

For model use, IC-2000 is ideal for the bonding of bulkheads, formers and servo rails to the inside of fiberglass hulls and fuselages. Setup time is 20-40 seconds, which can be accelerated with INSTA-SET. When cured, IC-2000 is pliable enough to be carved with a hobby knife. IC-2000 is the best adhesive for R/C car tires.

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"Good glue"
smarkley1
I really like that it's a bit flexible. Only con is it shows the CA glue oxidation more.

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Features

For model use, IC-2000 is ideal for the bonding of bulkheads, formers and servo rails to the inside of fiberglass hulls and fuselages. Setup time is 20-40 seconds, which can be accelerated with INSTA-SET. When cured, IC-2000 is pliable enough to be carved with a hobby knife. IC-2000 is the best adhesive for R/C car tires.


Specs

  • Hobbylinc Product Number: 117

Includes

1 oz bottle of glue


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Product Rank

#70 in Glues

Reviews

  
 
"Excelent glue"
juanatopin
Like very much. Really stong, fast drying time. Use it for rocket motor mounts. Excelent results!!!

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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