I have been using Pro Bond glue. It is a poly glue, and a very good
one for gluing dis-similiar materials. There is a minimum of two
materials being glued, sometimes three when doing tips. In the last
few months I have glued around 50-60 tips, only a very few have come
back. Only thing is it has a limited shelf life.
There was a good article on adhesives a few months ago in Consumer
On Mon, 22 Nov 1999 07:58:23 -0500, Steve Calvin
>in the N.E. U.S. but after seeing the mixed reviews from the group,
>I'm a bit skeptical about putting them on...... probably will though
>once the question of if instant adhesives are ok for them...
>> The more I play with these tips, the more they look, feel, and hit like a
>> Hercules! Tony? Are these actually Hercules tips? Nothing wrong with that
>> if they are, but why? I'm not complaining, they're cheaper to buy right
>> Bob Johnson, Denver, Co.
>> Home of the back to back World Champion Broncos!
>> > Tony,
>> > Thanks for the response Tony. I'll give them another shot when they
>> > arrive. What is the glue of choice for layered tips? Is there any harm
>> > using instant adhesives? Fred Agnir and I talked yesterday and his
>> > de-laminated between the 3rd and 4th layer. Fred uses Tweeten's 10 minute
>> > cement exclusively, I used Loctite. Any advice would be
>> > Mon