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360 What kind of adhesive should be applied between mesh and carbon fiber?

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  2. autowerks9

    autowerks9 Formula 3

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    Typically for repairs and some fixture mounting mounting with repairs. we will use JB weld's " Steel Stick ". Several expoxy liquid resins we have trid do not react will with the carbon. David
     
  3. Sj_engr

    Sj_engr Formula Junior

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    I have found that E6000 works really well in a high vibration environment. Just don't put on too much.
     
  4. craze

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    i would use sikaflex
     
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  5. rizzo308

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    + 1 on sikaflex.
     
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  7. Penzinger

    Penzinger Karting

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    Yes Sir!
    This one: Sikaflex®-221
     
  8. rizzo308

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    Used sika on my engine cover vents 6 yrs ago still going strong.
     
  9. 24000rpm

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    thank you guys/girls
     
  10. yelcab

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    I just did this with Silka stuff. It was not black, so I painted it black. Works well.
     
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  12. Sj_engr

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    Sikaflex 221 worked great to adhere a piece of wood shoe that keeps coming undone by a sliding glass door. Also used it to adhere a free standing tub that keeps coming undone when the surrounding caulking is bumped.
     

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