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Old 01-09-2019, 05:48 PM
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Dear Friends:
This is a world wide hobby, I wonder if Lostinthedark can even find 3M spray Super 77 in the Middle East? Wonder if we need a thread about what glues can be found in different parts of the world?
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Old 01-09-2019, 06:05 PM
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You are correct Miles.

Originally I suggested "a spray contact adhesive", not specifically 3M Spray 77.

3M is what I use, because I can get it.
I didn't mean to suggest its the one and only spray contact adhesive.
Its just the best. lol

But thats not to say the same or something similar isn't available in Israel.

And ebay and amazon are both accessible from Israel.
In fact, ebay has offices and a center in Israel.
I'll bet amazon does too!
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Old 01-09-2019, 07:01 PM
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I have more than 8 years in this hobby, there are people with much more experience than me, but in this subject I have plenty of experience. I do not have a printer, I go to a copying center, they use standard paper of between 75 and 80 grams, so all models I have to laminate.
Try many glues and the one that works without problems is the one in the photo, simple transparent school glue. It is not hard and adheres firmly.
First, make an exploded view of the sheet, never try to paste the whole sheet, small surfaces give better result. Then mark the outline of the piece on paper, cardboard, cardboard, etc, you need.
You apply the adhesive, I simply use the finger, so always a wet cloth and another dry. Excessive adhesive causes lumps, scarce It causes balloons. You make the piece carefully and uniformly.
Never stick the piece already cut by the lines, leave extra paper in the contour, then apply pressure to the joined surfaces, I use a plastic ruler tightening with the fingers. you let dry, and then you can cut the piece well.
It's not complicated but boring.
All valid options, you will choose the most convenient, which is more comfortable and also according to what you find in the market there.
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Old 01-10-2019, 01:05 AM
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Smile Thankyou

Hi everyone,thankyou for all your very prompt and helpful replies. Great stuff!
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Old 01-10-2019, 11:36 AM
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I use spray glue when doing hole sheet
Rubber cement when doing big PCs
And stick glue for the small stuff
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Old 01-10-2019, 11:38 PM
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The cautions on most products are serious stuff and shouldn't be taken lightly, but lets face it, a lot of it is there to protect the manufacturer in case some idiot decides to do something really stupid with the product!
Something stupid like spraying in an unventilated room with no respirator mask? In my experience, companies that manufacture glue and other chemicals don't admit to half the ways their products could hurt us -- until they are forced to do so. Big tobacco is not the only industry poisoning us for profit.
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i use crc addos spray glues forr laminating ,done in garage with doors open
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