Started by Weaver, February 21, 2023, 08:56:52 AM
Quote from: frank2056 on February 21, 2023, 10:03:43 AMFor modeling work, a far better alternative is super glue and talcum powder. It doesn't produce a chemical reaction (like the baking soda) and the result is closer to styrene in hardness. It's easy to cut, sand and blend into a part.
Quote from: Hobbes on February 21, 2023, 10:50:57 AMI've done some experiments with this, mostly as a filler for gaps between parts. Drawback is that it gets really hard, making it more difficult to sand.
Quote from: zenrat on February 22, 2023, 02:03:50 AMI've tried it. I made a mess and glued my fingers to things I didn't want to glue them to.
Quote from: Flyer on February 21, 2023, 09:49:49 PMAny adverse reactions if using the talcum powder and CA accelerator?
Quote from: frank2056 on February 23, 2023, 08:12:44 AMQuote from: Flyer on February 21, 2023, 09:49:49 PMAny adverse reactions if using the talcum powder and CA accelerator?No; the talc is inert, so the accelerator will only act on the CA.
Quote from: Flyer on February 23, 2023, 03:37:04 PMCool, was just wondering if the accelerator was used if it would expand or swell or something. I'll try it out at some point, I have a type of CA that will only set if accelerator is used on it, that's why I asked.
Quote from: The Wooksta! on February 23, 2023, 09:33:28 AMIt only weeps if you use baking powder, as there's other chemicals in it. Baking Soda proper is okay.
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