-- there is no educational alternative to having a front row seat in the School of Hard Knocks. Knowing how it works,and how cheap it is, I would not experiment with other methods of curing agents and stick withthe proven commercially designed CA specific accelerators. None of the things I tested came even close. CA accelerator can simply be replaced by water and baking soda! I think alcohols and bases increase cure rate (water is the curing agent and acids are the retarder) -- hence the references to baking soda and alcohol you see on the web. Thanks for the clarification. By ...I m no chemist, but I think Acetone is a form of alcohol ...- clin. Dec 10, 2011 #12 patmurris said: No, no, I'm good duck, my skills aren't anywhere near being able to do inlay, nor my patience... if you change your mind eizzle let me know and ill try and give you a few pointers. I’m no chemist, but I think Acetone is a form of alcohol and alcohols blend well with water and absorb water easily. Powered by Invision Community, bourbonnais......thats just south of chicago. § 415.20) Substituted service is similar to personal service, except the documents are served I agree about sticking with the commercial product, John. 4.9 out of 5 stars 39. You only need a tiny bit for most gluing operations, so a can lasts seemingly forever unless you’re super gluing every day. Because of this cyanoacrylate is applied thinly, to ensure that the reaction proceeds rapidly for bonding. Get it as soon as Wed, Jan 6. I use the Mitrebond accelerator in the pen form. You can buy small <1ml Disposable Plastic Pipettes and use them to place 1 drop where needed. http://www.toolking.com/fastcap-2p-10-soloact-activator-spray-for-2p-10-adhesive. I just spent some time in the shop playing around with some of these ideas. Dunno. Upload or insert images from URL. super glue & activator hack,ca& activator ,cyanoacrylate activator This process was usually used where we would have used epoxy, but we wanted fast progress, say with complex attachments or critical alignments. For the record, when I checked this morning, all of the samples were rock solid, so while the water, etc didn’t perform as well as the spray, they didn’t inhibit final curing. That yield only lasts maybe a minute though before the entire mass is hard. might work on pale whitish stones but nothing with color. the qtip would stick but an eye droper would use minimal accelerator right where I want it. When I was a professional display manufacturer, (see how I did that) lolI used UV glue to assemble my glass cases. Apply Cyanoacrylate Super Glue Accelerator – CA Glue Activator . works great does what I need with minimal cost no more wasted in a spray bottle just a single drop on my inlay. Accelerators are nothing more than this amine dispersed into solvent. Seems odd that many of the CA activators have acetone in them but I’ve also seen acetone recommended for removing super glue from surfaces. cessna you said it looks ugly did you ever mix it with water thats what the directions that i found say to do. 2864 posts in 3867 days #1 posted 02-20-2018 01:08 PM . Latest Blog Entries |
Pasted as rich text. 69 I did not trust it – thinking my planewould fall apart before I even got the fabric on the frame.I was VERY impressed with the strength of the joints and also the accelerator. The Dimethyl-p-toluidine posted earlier is fast drying alkaline aromatic amine compound. FREE Shipping on orders over $25 shipped by Amazon. home | projects | blog. I found that the 51 LED UV flashlight I got on Amazon that inspired my ongoing UV in the shop blog series really cures it fast, and you don’t have to be millimeters away for it to work. 30 replies so far. What has worked for many years is a spray of water from a mister. Solvent, but not accelerant. Given that Acetone will dissolve CA, it could be the acetone acts as a carrier to pull water molecules into the CA. with Activator (6.76 fl oz.) I call it the "Super Tight Ass Method". When I first started using the stuff in the 80's, I'd buy big bottles of CA, and pump spray bottles of accelerator, then store them in the same cabinet. Part of the reason why I discontinued the product was because I have found a good substitute for the accelerator (and plus the cost to freight it off interstate is exxy!).