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Anybody know anything about plastic welding? - November 3, 2006, 11:49 AM

Any info on the different techniques to weld or join semi-permanent or permanently join two different types or thicknesses of plastic.


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Any info on the different techniques to weld or join semi-permanent or permanently join two different types or thicknesses of plastic.
Soldering iron, prepped surface, doaner plastic cut into strips and a steady hand.
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On my old bike I used abs cement from Home Depot and it worked well.
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November 3, 2006, 12:42 PM

What are you tring to get done. If you want to weld plastic you have to first make sure that type of plastic can be welded.
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November 3, 2006, 12:55 PM

Let me know what your trying to weld I can help you out I've been building custom cars for years.
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Sure its welding plastic together! Seriously it can be done but it wont look good without a lot of sanding. I have done it with the soldering iron method and can make it come out good.


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Nothing well too serious. I just didnt want to post publicly because Im getting tired of stupid replies by certain people. All I wanted was a legitimate and purposeful response. As far as being seen it wont. It will be covered.


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November 3, 2006, 07:44 PM

there are diffrerent plastics you can use to join different kinds of plastics, i do plastic welding, you can get by using strips of the same material as filler. if you doing a butt weld, bevel the edges to get good penetratiion, and use the iron to heat and melt the edges to heat the materials so when you melt in the filler it mixes and doesnt just sit on top of the parts, you might use a heat gun to preheat the edges of the parts to help inb the bonding....hope this helps
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There is your explanation. I like to prep the areas by removing any and all paint so as to eliminate any weak integrity spots in the weld as a result of the introduction of dissimiliar materials. It is quite easy once you have done it a couple of times. if you feel like stopping by and have the plastics...i can show you a demo.
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