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Glue Material A to Material B

This is not exhaustive and so please do email me if you have a question or even better an answer.

I have listed the two materials along with a brief note, further information is provided by clicking on the material A to B heading.

Cardboard to Cardboard

Leather to Metal

Here the problem is leather is flexible and absorbent and metal inflexible and impervious. An impact adhesive is a good choice.more...


Leather to Wood

Both are porous surfaces.more...


Metal to Metal

Both are non-porous surfaces.more...


Paper to Paper

Most glues are capable of bonding 2 pieces of paper together and so it is more then a matter of application. For a scrapbook type of application then a Pritt stick works very well and is quite clean to use. If you are looking for a stronger bond then a PVA type of glue is best. more...


Rubber to Metal

Gorilla glue or an impact adhesive will glue these 2 materials together. more...


Rubber to Rubber

With flexible materials I would use a glue such as an impact adhesive as it can cope with flexing in use. more...


See also: Glue

Model Engineering Glossary: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z