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Weld On Glue Plastic Adhesives, Weld On Glue, Plexiglass Glue for acrylic sheets. Acrylic glue & cement

Adhesives can only be shipped UPS GROUND to USA 48 states and Canada. No International AIR shipments, Domestic Next Day Air or USPS Priority Mail shipments due to Hazardous Material regulations.


ePlastics Quick Guide to IPS Adhesives
Weld-On # 3 Fastest Setting. Water-Thin. Fast evaporation. Will leave markoff if spilled. Glue for acrylic sheets. Acrylic to Acrylic. Polycarbonate to Polycarbonate. Not for beginners.
Weld On # 4 Fast Setting. Water-Thin. Fast evaporation. Acrylic to Acrylic. Polycarbonate to Polycarbonate. Best for most applications of these materials.
Weld On #16 Fast Setting. Syrupy in consistency. Skins over fast but slower setting. Will leave a mess if spilled. Acrylic to Acrylic. Polycarbonate to Polycarbonate. ABS to Acrylic. Multi-purpose. Good for sealing tiny gaps and water-proofing small tanks.
Weld-On #10 2 part adhesive - see IPS chart on this page. High strength. For bonding dissimilar materials. Not clear.
Weld On #40 2 part CLEAR adhesive - see IPS chart on this page. Highest strength adhesive for acrylics. This is used in making large aquariums, tanks, and glueing thick pieces of Plexiglas. It cures perfectly clear. Removing bubbles after mixing requires patience and practice.

 

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Expiration dates and storage of adhesives: The date on the can is the Manufacturing Date, not the expiration date. A tightly sealed can stored in a cool place will last 1-2 years after this date. We recommend #40 be stored in a refrigerator and then left at room temp for a few hours to warm up before mixing. Leaving any solvent glue open overnight will result in evaporation of the solvent base. 

Disclaimer: 

Ridout Plastics provides this information as a reference only not an implied or express fitness of use. As with most chemicals, YOU must experiment with your materials and the adhesives for fitness of use. Many factors can affect the results you achieve, including, but not limited to the ambient air temperature, humidity, cleanliness of bond area, and quality of preparation of bonded edges.