Zap CA PT105 Zap-A-Gap CA+ / CA Glue Single Use Tubes (5) .1 oz. #PT-105
ZAP CA, Single Use .1 oz Tubes (5 pack) PT-105
Five 0.01oz (0.5g) Tubes of Zap-A-Gap CA+ Glue with Applicator Tip
Superior gap filling formula
Allow approximately 7 to 10 seconds for part positioning
Average of 20 seconds for curing
Use zip kicker to accelerate cure time
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ZAP CA, Single Use .1 oz Tubes
ZAP-A-GAP CA+ Is the best selling instant glue in the world. The ability to bond virtually anything to anything with consistency unequalled by any other brand makes it the favorite adhesive across many varied disciplines. Widely used throughout the hobby industry, it is the absolute best and most consistent performing glue for model building and crafting. Some uses besides hobbies and crafts include; jewelry manufacturing and repair, taxidermy, pool cue tips, darts, archery, knife making, mold and pattern making, furniture refinishing and antique repair, auto detailing, dental molds and patterns, ceramic repair, and for fishing, fly line splicing and fly tying. For manufacturing, ZAP-A-GAP CA+ will bond metal and / / or plastic materials allows for fast simple positioning of parts for assembly or machining. Wood turners and manufacturers of custom wood products appreciate the ability of ZAP-A-GAP CA+ to help "save" their projects by filling in and bonding cracks that often occur in expensive hard woods. Wood, plastic, metal, glass, ceramic, fabric, rubber, fiberglass, carbon fiber, or any combination of, ZAP-A-GAP CA+ can help solve many tough bonding problems.
A little goes a long way! More glue doesn't always mean a stronger joint. Only apply enough glue to evenly coat the area to be bonded when the parts are joined. Many times glue needs to be applied only to one part. Working or positioning time will vary depending on the material. Even though ZAP-A-GAP CA+ is a gap filling formula, some of it will wick into porous materials. For porous products you may have to apply more glue to get the strongest bond, it would be best to try bonding some test pieces to determine the proper amount. For modeling applications where a small fillet is desirable, bond the parts and let the glue set, then go back and create the fillet, use kicker to immediately set the glue. For critical applications test sample joints for the designed strength requirements.