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Old 12 April 2013, 11:49   #11
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I wiped them down with xylene, it didnt seem to make any difference.

I'll have a hunt for the glues as well, thanks.

It does make me wonder why nobody makes flat/glueable cable tie mounts out of anything other than nylon because the sticky pads they use are abysmal.
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Cable tie brackets without the sticky pad on the back, roughen them up with some 40 grit and use a 2 pack epoxy or we use Plexus... Works every time
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I reckon Chris Had it right Nos... Screw-em!With Condesation-Fumes-and All the Buffeting inside the Consul I definately would'nt trust Glue to Hold the LOOM in place
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Old 12 April 2013, 13:57   #14
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How 'bout M3 S/S hex head bolts 'glued' head first to the glasswork with a dob of resin? You could then push the P clip over the bolt and add a washer 'n nut? Perhaps?
Neat if done in straight lines.
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Damn, if you did I forgot to pick it up

Actually, thinking about it I've got marine ply lying around. If I epoxy seal it, it should sika in to screw to.
Post some down tomoz if you want 10 mm black 26 mm wide 300 mm lengths silka where Eva you wish then when cured simple screw cable tye locating clips to it jobs dun
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Post some down tomoz if you want 10 mm back 26 mm wide 300 mm lengths silka where Eva you wish then when cured simple screw cable tye locating clips to it jobs dun
Or m4 big heads marine grade if you want also,
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That best way do console with trunking bonded
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These metal self adhesive bases are rated upto 4kg each and can take a 9mm wide cable tie.

SACTC2 White Self Adhesive Cable Tie Base
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Carriage is more than the cost of 100pc's so might try and pick some up while I'm down South next week. I'll let you know what they are like.
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These metal self adhesive bases are rated upto 4kg each and can take a 9mm wide cable tie.

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Carriage is more than the cost of 100pc's so might try and pick some up while I'm down South next week. I'll let you know what they are like.
Hi ya mate,

We use them at work,,, in short them shite,, do not stick to glass fibre for long , clean Ali , freshly painted metal is fine , foam tape is low quality not like 3 M VHb quality tapes
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Hi ya mate,

We use them at work,,, in short them shite,, do not stick to glass fibre for long clean Ali freshly painted metal fine , fam tape is low quality not like 3 M VHb quality tapes
Thanks for the heads up Ed.
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