Bob Smith Industries MID-CURE 15 minute epoxy is used in larger areas where more working time is needed. It is more water resistant and can be used as a substitute for QUICK-CURE in most applications. MID-CURE is Bob Smith’s most flexible epoxy and is ideal for gluing to fiberglass surfaces. Allow 45 minutes before handling parts and 2 hours for full strength.
Bob Smith’s Mid-Cure 5 Minute Epoxy is known to discolor and turn yellow as it ages. Keep this in mind when using it for certain applications.
Bob Smith Industries Mid-Cure 15 Minute Epoxy works best on Hard Woods and Fiberglass, while working great for Balsa Wood, Soft Wood, Fiberglass, Ceramics, Hard Plastics, Glass & Metal, White Foam and Reinforcing applications.
Bob Smith's Quik-Cure 5 min. epoxy cures to a slightly flexible consistency. This lack of brittleness allows it to form a lasting bond in areas subjected to high vibration or stress. Quick-Cure shouldn’t be used in areas that are subject to long-term immersion in water; however, it works fine for the internal structure of wood framed boats. Quik-Cure is Bob Smith Industries only epoxy on which you can apply polyester resins. It can be mixed with microballoons to form a quick setting putty. Items bonded with Quik-Cure can be handled after 15 minutes. Full strength is reached in about 1 hour.
Bob Smith's Quik-Cure 5 Minute Epoxy is known to discolor and turn yellow as it ages. Keep this in mind when using it for certain applications.
This product is formerly known as Bob Smith's Quick-Cure 5 Minute Epoxy.
Bob Smith's Slow-Cure 30 Minute epoxy works best for forming reinforcing fillets on joints. It has the highest strength of our epoxies. It is waterproof and more heat resistant. Slow-Cure can be used for bonding if you’re willing to wait overnight. Fillers such as microballoons can be mixed with Slow-Cure and Finish-Cure to form a putty-like consistency. Such fillers will usually decrease the working time by about 25%. Bonded objects can be handled after 8 hours and the cured epoxy reaches full strength within 24 hours.
Bob Smith's Slow-Cure 30 Minute Epoxy is the least type of epoxy to discolor over time with the exception of Finish Cure, along with forming bubbles in the resin as it dries.
Bob Smith's Finish-Cure 20 minute epoxy is an excellent, low odor substitute for polyester resins. It can be used for applying fiberglass cloth to wood or by itself to give wood a surface ready for primer and paint. Finish Cure can be sanded the easiest of all our epoxies and is excellent for the sheeting of foam core wings. Allow 8 hours for full curing.
For best results, Finish-Cure should be heated to a temperature above 85 degrees F or applying light weight fiberglass, lay cloth on balsa first, then brush on Finish-Cure. When fully saturated, go over the surface with a heat gun, and then squeegee off excess epoxy with a playing card from an old deck. Heat and remove excess several times for a light weight finish. If room temperature is below 70 degrees F use a heat gun on the surface several times for the next 2 hours. When dry, lightly sand, then fill surface with a low weight spakeling compound, scrapping off excess with a playing card. Sand to a smooth finish ready for primer. For heavy weight fiberglass, apply the epoxy before and after laying down the cloth. Finish-Cure is best mixed in a disposable cup.
Bob Smith's Finish-Cure 20 Minute Epoxy is has the least discoloration over time.
Fine Tip Non-clog 6" long pipette for the application for thin CA glues. Can also be used for the fine application of Insta-Set accelerator and for applying fine lubricating oils. CA can be kept in the applicator for two weeks.
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Bob Smith's UN-CURE debonder will soften cured Cyanoacrylate glue that has been applied fairly recently. If parts are bonded incorrectly or your fingers are stuck together, a few drops of Bob Smith's UN-CURE will dissolve the CA in about a minute. Apply on bonded skin and roll apart fingers. Since cured Cyanoacrylate is essentially acrylic plastic, anything that will dissolve CA will also soften most plastics. Care must be used, therefore, when using UN-CURE on plastics. Separating plastics parts with a razor saw is usually the best option.
Please Note: The 8 oz. bottles must be shipped ground and therefore can take longer than normal to receive. Guaranteed Fresh! Our products don't sit in a warehouse for months, but rather days. We order on a bi-weekly basis from Bob Smith Industries so you are getting some of the freshest product possible!
Bob Smith's ROYAL-ONYX is a revolutionary new adhesive designed for the golf industry. This one-part cyanoacrylate is the strongest and most impact resistant adhesive available for bonding club heads. Clubs are typically playable within 45 minutes after application and it's the fastest and most durable way to get your clubs on the course. One 1.5 oz bottle assembles between 50 to 75 club heads. Shake well before use.
Ultra-Cure Tire Glue is a very high performance clear cyanoacrylate that has a medium viscosity (thickness) in-between that of Insta-Cure Super Thin and Insta-Cure+ Gap Filling Medium. It is ideal for the mounting of rubber tires onto remote control R/C car wheels. It is available in our 3/4 oz Pocket CA bottle and comes with one of our new #304 Extender Tip for the Pocket CA pin-in-cap top. ULTRA-CURE can be used in many other applications that require a slightly thicker thin CA and will bond virtually everything.
When using Bob Smith Industries Ultra-Cure Tire Glue, it's important to note that this cyanoacrylate glue gives of a vapor that may irritate the eyes and nose.
Guaranteed Fresh! Our products don't sit in a warehouse for months, but rather days. We order on a bi-weekly basis from Bob Smith Industries so you are getting some of the freshest cyanoacrylate possible!