Amuro Rei (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sat, 4 Sep 1999 20:28:52 -0700
What about something like rubber cement which is kinda of more flexible
after it dries? We need something that is malleable and adhesive at the
same time. I wonder if wax would work, but it would eventually crack and
flake out of the joint. There must be something on the market made by 3M to
stiffen up a joint like this.
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> Subject: [gundam] A poly cap problem...
> I have noticed that lately, more and more parts are getting heavier then
> what the little poly cap can support. One thing that I have been doing is
> regardless lose or tight, I have been putting some white glue
> into the hole
> on the plastic piece and then set the poly cap in, moving it
> after it dries.
> So far, no too bad. And one else have any other ideas? The prime guilty
> party are the elbow joints.
> Gus Jae
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