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Broken Prop23/03/2007 17:35:00
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Just bought some to use as an adhesive for covering a sheeted model. It looks promising, however it appears to be non-shrink.

Has anyone used it on open structures?
Broken Prop24/03/2007 19:08:00
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Just read the label and it is not called 'Polygloop' but 'Poly C'.

Apologies to the manufacturers.

Anyone used it?
nasa_steve24/03/2007 19:18:00
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hi peter
i've heard of it before on another forum somewhere. i've not known of it being used as an adhesive though and i would check up on line as to its suitability. i was only aware of its use as a covering medium with glass fabric
Engine Doctor25/03/2007 10:15:00
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Hi Peter. Nasa is correct Poly-C is an alternative to epoxy resin for glass covering of sheeted structures.I havn't heard of it being used on open structures though . Dope is the best shrinking medium for open structures ,and probably a lot lighter.

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