MetlWeld is a super tough epoxy adhesive designed to bond dissimilar materials such as steel to wood. MetlWeld exhibits excellent elastic properties and superior bond strength while remaining rigid.
MetlWeld will bond to stainless steel, galvanized steel, aluminum, copper, glass, ceramic, neoprene rubber and most porous surfaces. For use in high stress applications when bonding metals to materials such as glass, composites, wood and concrete.
I bonded wood faring to steel. This product gives plenty of time to work with what your doing and after it cures you have a very strong bond.
This was a tough situation. I had to glue aluminum to neoprene to the bottom of a stool. This works better than anything else I’ve tried
Easy mixing and excellent strength when cured. Used this epoxy to repair a plastic headset yoke and it worked very good.
I had serious reservations about an epoxy glue claiming be able to bond aluminum. I decided to try it and so far so good. I've tried to break a few test bonds and adhesive has beat my best attempts.. The only negative is measuring is difficult because the catalyst is very sticky. I would recommend this product.
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Yes, it can bond aluminum to aluminum.
We have no records of this product used for this application. Please review the tech data sheet in the document tab to determine if might work for your application.
MetlWeld has a maximum service temperature of 125F. At this temperature, the cured epoxy will start to soften but will remain highly crosslinked.
Yes, please allow the epoxy to fully cure before sanding in preparation for paint.
Per Manufacturer: "We have not tested any of our adhesives under those conditions, so we cannot make any guarantees."
I would think so. It is water proof nd seems like it will bond most materials.
This is not a laminating resin, so there is no data how it would work with just cloth.