HOW TO – Repairing broken plastic

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SportbikeGuy.com shows you how to repair broken plastic, just don’t use your good soldering iron for that – Link.

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  1. Heat welding works sometimes when nothing else will, but generally it’s not as good as chemical welding using Plastruct:
    http://www.plastruct.com/pages/CementGuide.html
    Plastruct is great for ABS but also works on many dissimilar plastics (styrene, butyrate, acrylic, etc. but not Delryn). Every maker should have a bottle of this around. Available at better hobby shops.

  2. Heat welding works sometimes when nothing else will, but generally it’s not as good as chemical welding using Plastruct: (http://www.plastruct.com/pages/CementGuide.html)
    Plastruct is great for ABS but also works on many dissimilar plastics (styrene, butyrate, acrylic, etc. but not Delryn). Every maker should have a bottle of this around. Available at better hobby shops.

  3. Heat welding works sometimes when nothing else will, but generally it’s not as good as chemical welding using Plastruct: http://www.plastruct.com/pages/CementGuide.html
    Plastruct is great for ABS but also works on many dissimilar plastics (styrene, butyrate, acrylic, etc. but not Delryn). Every maker should have a bottle of this around. Available at better hobby shops.

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