New adhesive

Kneale Brownson knotnook at
Sat Nov 16 10:08:09 EST 2002

That's it Bob.  Wonder why it wouldn't come up when I was searching for it
a couple days ago under various names.

At 09:24 AM 11/16/2002 -0500, Bob wrote:
>You mean this stuff?
>And oddly enough, the demo I saw of it at a car show, he was gluing delrin
>bushings together!
>Stuff seemed amazing
>Kneale Brownson wrote:
>>*This message was transferred with a trial version of CommuniGate(tm) Pro*
>>I was half-watching some (I THINK) automotive repair program the other
>>night (spare TV in the computer room) and somebody was demonstrating a new
>>adhesive.  They showed gluing various things to various other things like
>>wood and rubber to steel and glass, etc.  as well as one image of making an
>>O-ring out of a length of rubber rod.  That was the one that caught my
>>eye.  The demo process was that you applied a liquid to the joint, pressed
>>it together and then misted an activator to the outside of the
>>joint.   Instantaneous adhesion.  The rubber rod, maybe 3/8" thick,
>>immediately withstood the demonstrator putting a foot into the circle and
>>pulling obviously hard on the ring he'd just made.
>>The guy said getting just a tiny bit of the activator ANYWHERE in contact
>>with the surface of the liquid at the joint made the adjesive cure.
>>Anyway, they guy said to look it up at www.coolchem (at least that's what I
>>thought I heard him say--there was no URL shown on the screen).  I've been
>>unable to find it as coolchem, koolchem, kewlchem, kulchem, coolkem, etc.
>>Anybody else see this and do a better job of catching a link for it?

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