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I can testify to the strength of Goop, having a pair of slippers with leather soles.  The number of times I took 'em to the cobblers to have them stuck back on, I lost count of.  Then I found Goop and used that myself: Never came off again  :thumbsup:

 

On making strong big gap epoxy bonds, I'm informed to use micro fibres rather than micro balloons which make the mix more brittle, though lighter in weight.

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I have used fibres a few times never really liked them as they seem to make a very dry mix that is harder to work with as it doesn't flow into place.

Although gap filling isn't something that I do a lot of anyway. Usually I add a few balloons just to stop epoxy from flowing and hold it where its needed.

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http://www.barcs.co.uk/forums/uploads/monthly_01_2015/post-3193-14209928592169.jpgCan you tell what it is yet?

There's something about bagging a part that is quite exciting - it must be the patient wait to see how it comes out.

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