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Old 04-07-2015, 05:21 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Shoe Goo is a fantastic product. I have experimented with so many different adhesives and Shoe Goo is always my go to glue. Invented by a senior executive At Hughes aircraft with a degree in physics, and an extensive background in chemistry. The glue is great for all types of RC. Great on lexan and just about any other material. Also great for waterproofing.
It's a extremely durable flexible adhesive and filler that comes in black or clear.
Sounds like I work for the company? No, but I highly recommend this product.
Also with an ice cube or wet finger you can make awesome looking feathered edges, textures and blends.
This is not your daddy's glue. :-)
 
Instamorph or Pollycaprolactone is also an awesome product.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polycaprolactone
 
I also really like shoo goo, but I find the application to be clunky. Specifically, the giant hole that it comes out of from the tube.

I would love it even more if there were a more precise way to apply it. I wonder if anyone makes screw n nozzles for the tubes that would make putting the exactly where you want it a little bit easier.
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I also really like shoo goo, but I find the application to be clunky. Specifically, the giant hole that it comes out of from the tube.

I would love it even more if there were a more precise way to apply it. I wonder if anyone makes screw n nozzles for the tubes that would make putting the exactly where you want it a little bit easier.
I am sure you could repurpose something. Even just an old cap with a smaller hole drilled in it. Or the end of a silicon caulking tube cleaned out and screwed on the end.
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Old 04-07-2015, 07:12 AM   #24 (permalink)
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I found some applicator tips on Amazon! Woot!
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I found some applicator tips on Amazon! Woot!
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E6000 Craft Glue (2pc) 3.7oz Applicator Tip https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BEKCLHU..._et.ivb0VZNPKF
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I wish that the FBL manufacturers would set up their units with clips on the plugs like the newer JR servos have on their leads (the leads plug into the servos-the connectors snap on so that they cannot pop off in flight, the leads come in various lengths).

Every FBL unit I have had has come with its own leads, so I would think this wouldn't be to difficult.
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Yaaa 3d printing is great!! I also print all my own tail rod guides and a few other things. Will be printing a mount to hold the new YGE 160s with a heat sink to my Chronos when I buy it.
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Are you able to get the plugs out if you use the shoe goo? I've used it before to fix some trim on a shoe, but once applied, didn't want to come off. Even after a couple years.
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Old 12-07-2015, 06:20 AM   #31 (permalink)
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You have to be careful with ShooGoo. Just a small bead of it will do. It tends to self level as well so it covers a little more area than where applied. I have never not been able to remove it but it can be a little tricky sometimes. I heard that using a bit of pure alcohol at edge as it starts to peel really helps.
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Thanks. Planning on getting a new bird this week, so I'll keep it in mind.
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