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Glue for smoke sreen

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inse:
3M 9088 is also excellent for such use cases

Laval:
Thank you very much for the references. It will make things easier.

notsob:
TRY 3M 467MP Adhesive Transfer Tape - sounds like what was used originally.

tooki:

--- Quote from: tooki on April 21, 2024, 06:45:12 pm ---With that said, I’ve had good luck with whatever no-name stuff (with thin backing) I got at the art supply store 20 years ago, and with the various ones, with and without backing, at work. (One at work is, I think, 3M 465.) For most things it’s probably not that critical.

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FWIW, the one I used most recently at work (I just went digging in storage to find whatever we had) is 3M 965. It’s probably not what I’d recommend buying, since it’s optimized for high temperature and resistance to jet fuel. 😂

One of the ones optimized for plastics would likely be a better choice.

tooki:

--- Quote from: notsob on April 22, 2024, 02:31:02 am ---TRY 3M 467MP Adhesive Transfer Tape - sounds like what was used originally.

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Not a bad choice, but the 9471 I suggested above is better for plastic-on-plastic, as it supports more types of plastics than 467.

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