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Hot melt glue and glue guns3/8
Is anyone using hotmelt in their production, and if so what guns and glue are you using. I just bought a 3m scotchweld gun and a pack of fasten master flex 40 construction adhesive and a pack of infinitybond woodtac wood glue to try out. Trying to make this work for light molding ect..., but the glue seems a little too thick and makes the joints stand apart just slightly
Honestly never found a perfect solution from all the liquids to the double stick tapes,
we use 23 mm headless pin nailers and it always depends on the application.
there are some mean double stick tapes at 3M
Bought one of those guns several years ago fir a job that required lots of applied molding. Was useless and there was not much tech support. Been wrapped in shrink wrap for years and not used since.
Well heres what ive found since using it for a couple of jobs. If you dual glue its a fail safe system, meaning use a line of cold glue and basically use the hotmelt to hold the piece down. The infinity wood glue seems to do very well on wood to wood, and the fasten master construction adhesive seems better on slick and lacquered surfaces, but was not as good on wood to wood. Im happy to not be filling nail holes thats for sure