Plastiweld (1)

This is a Plastic Weld Cement from Plastruct.

Plastruct Plastiweld (1) Plastic Model Cement #00002
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 Plastruct # pls00002
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Plastruct Item # pls00002
Features :
  • Brush in caps
  • Cements by capillary action
  • Sets in minutes
  • Used for bonding Plastruct ABS, Styrene, Butyrate or Acrylic to each other, or in combination.
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"good for car models?"
Del (wine country)
I was wondering if anyone can tell me if this model cement is the right choice for car kits. I'm about to start a level 5 Volkswagen Bus kit, and wanted to know if the applicator brush would be ok to use. I hear good things about this cement used on military aircraft, tank tracks and other similar applications. Thanks for your help.

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Features

  • Brush in caps
  • Cements by capillary action
  • Sets in minutes
  • Used for bonding Plastruct ABS, Styrene, Butyrate or Acrylic to each other, or in combination.

Specs

  • Plastruct Product Number: 00002

Includes

One 2oz bottle of plastiweld cement


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Reviews

  
 
"Polystyrene - ABS Glue"
ptcheshire (ptcheshire@juno.com)
Excellent for solid permanent joints. Perfect for attaching both Polystyrene and ABS together. The medium consistency gives you both time to position the parts and also give a bit of gap filling for joints with a slight miss match. The only con is that as the bottle empties the glue seems to thicken up bit, but that is sometimes an advantage.

 
"Highly recommended plastic cement"
stumptl
This is the best plastic cement I have used. (I really hate the tube stuff.) Use sparingly, and you can build a real nice plastic model. It wicks in like CA, and quickly makes a strong bond. A favorite use of mine is for building rail guides for model rockets out of ABS Plastruct H columns, as well as rectangular and square tubes. I just cut my pieces to size and shape, hold them together and wick in the cement. Done! Just remember to keep the lid on tight, or it will evaporate before you know it. Also, don't put it on too heavily, it runs like water and will get all over your work.

 
"Here's another use for it"
no.1silverback (Mesa Az)
An old school builder told me about this and I highly recommend it. Put about 1/2 oz. In a small glass jar, drop in a few small pieces of cut up sprue. Let sit about 24-36 hours ubtil the plastic melts,and you've got some awesome body putty. Doesn't shrink, it's sandable and has same texture as the parts you're joining because it's made of the same plastic. Unused portion will keep for quite a while if you've got it in a jar that seals tight. You can add more cement anytime to thin it too, or plastic to thicken it. Works excellent.

Comments

Caution: Contains Trichloromethane. Do not take internally. Avoid eye contact and prolonged breathing of vapors. Use in well ventilated area. In case of eye contact, flush thoroughly with water for 15 minutes. May cause nausea. Avoid repeated contact with skin, and wash skin well after use. If swallowed, phone physician, local emergency hospital or poison center.

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