FOAM-CURE™ is a silicone based adhesive that works very well on EPP and EPO foams. It is crystal clear and cures to a more flexible consistency than CA. It is, however, not instant bonding like CA and there is no accelerator to speed it’s curing. To obtain a faster initial bond when bonding two pieces, FOAM-CURE™ can be applied to one piece and after the two are joined, they can then be pulled apart. After letting it air dry for about ten minutes, FOAM-CURE™ will act like a contact cement when the parts are rejoined, resulting in enough tack strength to allow the next steps of assembly. Full strength is reached in 10-12 hours.
FOAM-CURE™ works with all foams, and will actually bond most other materials. It will bond wood and plastic to foam, and is a good canopy glue. FOAM-CURE™ does not, however, cure flexible enough to act as a hinge for aircraft control surfaces. Its limitations occur when bonding large areas of two non-porous materials. FOAM-CURE™ requires exposure to air for drying. If one tried to bond, for example, a half-dollar coin to glass, over 90% of the adhesive would never cure, since the solvent it contains would have no where to evaporate.
I like that glue... I use UHU Por, because its a very good product, but, the uhu is after drying always sticky... Now i have tried this glue from HK, and, this is very good, i used it with Epo/ePP, Depron, XPS.... Works very fine and is strong and is agter drying not sticky... Perfekt also for clear canopys....
Any experience with EPO foam. I have a EPO made Dynam Hawk Sky.
Also any idea about the storage time, I mean does it remain in its form over 6-12 months or dries very quickly.The reason I am asking this that it takes around 1.5 - 2 months shipping to India and I want to keep things in reserve.
This has become my favourite glue Works really well on Epp, glues carbon to Epp and I have tried some test pieces of Depron and coreflute All good
Takes 12 hours for complete cure but will hold parts in 15 mins or so and is easy to use
Hiko, I'd like to hear more about your test on coreflute. My own test did not work out so well. The reason (for my failure) is clearly given in the description. I was gluing tow 1"x2" flat pieces together, so most of the glue didn't really cure. It might work better for exposed pieces (I will have to try that)
This is good for all types of foam, but always best to try a dab on a small area first just to make sure.
This is great Glue. Used it to glue1.5 mm carbon fibre rod to LE and had no difficulty getting the glue on one metre rod and attaching before cure. Did not even have to clamp it to stick in place and any overspill is easy to clean off the rod.