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Miter folding 1/2" solid phenolic sheets8/1/16
We are building some phenolic countertops for lab use. We need to do a 1" build down, and while the customer is okay with seams on the edges from laminating 2 1" panels together, I was wondering if anyone had any experience miterfolding 1/2" thick sheets of solid phenolic. The stuff we are using is black core and black face. Alternatively, we could machine all the parts with 90 degree edges and bond them together, but I'm having difficulty pin pointing the best adhesive for this practice. Any advice would be welcome.
Sorry no experience, but the first call I would make would be to the phenolic manufacturer for an adhesive recommendation.
Never miter folded phenolic, cut it though.
I would have plenty of extra inserts on hand and do multiple passes. Probably want to shoot through at least 30 thou as your tip will be blunt.