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>> Home > Forum > Hobby Chit Chat! > Glue Applicator
Glue Applicator
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GYJOE
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Forum Posts: 23
19th May 2017 12:48  
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Hi All,
As anybody used a Pin Flow Solvent Glue Applicator and if so what did you think of it.I'm toying with the idea of using one,seems a neat way of applying the solvent
Regards
Joe

Dave M
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Forum Posts: 1228
20th May 2017 15:21  
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Hi Joe
I was intrigued so did a search. Aimed at the plastic kit market I suspect, but looks well made and will certainly deliver just the right amount of glue for those intricate jobs.
Be useful to hear if anyone has used and if it is suitable for other types of glue
Dave


Live long and prosper

Dave
GYJOE
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Forum Posts: 23
20th May 2017 16:16  
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Thanks Dave for your input,I agree with you be interesting to hear what others have to say
Regards
Joe

RNinMunich
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Forum Posts: 598
20th May 2017 21:59  
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Same principle as Revell Contacta Professional, which you can also refill, and it has a longer needle. Devil to clean out if it bungs up 😡
Cheers 😎


"Retirement is when you stop living at work -
and start working at living/boat modeling!" 舰队的海军上将 😉 Doug
Dave M
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Forum Posts: 1228
21st May 2017 00:03  
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Hi Joe
Did some more research and found a video on the Deluxe Site
https://www.deluxematerials.co.uk/en/scale-plastics/15-pin-f...
This really is a very fine nozzle dispenser and uses capillary action to deliver just the right amount of solvent to produce an invisible joint.
They also recommend using for superglue accelerator by applying after the joint is closed to assist the setting process. Much neater way than brush or spray and will not result in marks on the surrounding area.
For anyone building fine scale models a really good aid.
Cheers
Dave


Live long and prosper

Dave
onetenor
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Forum Posts: 121
21st May 2017 05:13  
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Not quite the same thing but something useful When using say a Bottle of Aliphatic or P.V.A. or similar glue it can get abit messy with lack of control of the flow. Bang good sell small plastic dispenser bottles which you can decant you glue into from your bigger bottle.Makes things a lot neater. Very cheap too

onetenor
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Forum Posts: 121
21st May 2017 05:19  
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If not Bang Good try Gear Best LOL👍😁😁😁

tidtug
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Forum Posts: 92
24th May 2017 19:51  
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There are so many glues on sale now it's a job to know what to use.