|Product Dimensions||20.32 x 12.7 x 2.54 cm; 100 Grams|
|Item model number||8276|
|Manufacturer Part Number||8276|
|Volume||2 Fluid Ounces|
|Item Weight||100 g|
J-B Weld 8276 KwikWeld Quick Setting Steel Reinforced Epoxy - 2 oz
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- Fast setting version of The Original J-B Weld two-part epoxy cold weld system
- Great for household repairs, automotive applications, crafts and more
- Sets in 6 minutes and cures dark grey in 4-6 hours
- Once cured it forms a permanent bond and can be shaped, tapped, filed, sanded and drilled
- Rated at a tensile strength of 2424 PSI
- Will withstand temperatures of up to 300 degrees Fahrenheit
- J-B Weld is proudly made in the USA
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J-B Weld KwikWeld Quick Setting Steel Reinforced Epoxy
J-B KwikWeld is a fast setting version of The Original J-B Weld two-part epoxy cold weld system that provides strong, lasting repairs to metal and multiple other surface types. After mixing, it forms a permanent bond and can be shaped, tapped, filed, sanded and drilled after curing. J-B KwikWeld has a 1:1 mixing ratio, sets in 6 minutes and is fully cured in 4-6 hours. J-B KwikWeld cures to a dark grey color, is rated at a tensile strength of 2424 PSI and will withstand temperatures up to 300 degrees F.
1. Prepare: Clean surface area of dirt, grease, oil, paint, or loose debris. For best results use a detergent or degreaser to first clean the surface, then roughen surface with file or coarse sandpaper to provide the best repair.
2. Mix: Squeeze equal parts from each tube onto a disposable surface and mix thoroughly.
3. Apply: Apply with appropriate tool in an even coat, weld bead or extruded shape as needed.
4. Dry: Sets in 6 minutes. Cures 4 hours. If temperature is below 40 degrees F, then set time is longer.
J-B Weld is proudly made in the USA
Original Twin Tube Epoxy
KwikWeld is a fast setting version of The Original J-B Weld two-part epoxy cold weld system that provides strong, lasting repairs to metal and multiple other surface types. After mixing, it forms a permanent bond and can be shaped, tapped, filed, sanded and drilled after curing. KwikWeld has a 1:1 mixing ratio, sets in 6 minutes and is fully cured in 4-6 hours.
- Can withstand 230°F/110°C
- When fully cured KwikWeld is waterproof, petroleum, chemical, and acid resistant!
- Surface Applications: Metal, Plastic, PVC, Concrete, Ceramic & Tile and Fiberglass
- Use on: Household, Automotive, Marine, Plumbing, Crafts, Outdoor Equipment, Agricultural Equipment, Motorcycle, Toys, Boats, Personal Watercraft, In/Outboard Engines and Deck & Hull Accessories.
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|Product Description||KwikWeld is a fast setting version of The Original J-B Weld two-part epoxy that provides strong, lasting repairs to many surfaces||J-B Weld is The Original Cold Weld two-party epoxy system that provides strong, lasting repairs to many surfaces||WaterWeld is a specially formulated epoxy putty to repairs leaks, holes & cracks and is NSF certified and cures under water!||SteelStik is a steel-reinforced, non-rusting epoxy putty that quickly repairs or rebuilds anything made of metal.||ClearWeld is a multipurpose two part epoxy that sets in 5 minutes and cures in 1 hour, providing a strong and lasting bond on most surfaces.||Plastic Bonder is a quick-setting, 2 part urethane adhesive that provides strong & lasting automitve & household repairs to plastics that resists shock, vibrations & shrinkage/ expansion.|
|Surface Application||Great For: Metal, Wood, Plastic, Tile, PVC, Ceramic, Fiberglass, Concrete & More||Great For: Metal, Wood, Plastic, Tile, PVC, Ceramic, Fiberglass, Concrete & More||Great For: Fiberglass, PVC plastic, Copper & Brass, Iron & Aluminum||Great For: Steel, Iron & Stainless Steel, Copper & Brass, Aluminum & Bronze||Great For: Tile, Most Plastics, Ceramic, Glass, Wood, Fiberglass, Concrete||Great For: Thermoset & Carbon Fiber Composites, Thermoplastics, Coated Metals & Concrete|
|Cure Color||Dark Grey||Dark Grey||Off White||Dark Grey||Clear||Black or Tan|
|Set Time||6 Minutes||4-6 Hours||25 Minutes||5 Minutes||5 Minutes||15 Minutes|
|Cure Time||4-6 Hours||15-24 Hours||1 Hour||1 Hour||1 Hour||30 Minutes|
|Strength (PSI)||3127 PSI||5020 PSI||1300 PSI||900 PSI||3900 PSI||3770 PSI|
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Years I have spent super-gluing them together with Gorilla Glue, and every time I think the seal on the part is good enough and I finish painting it without it breaking, it falls over during the game and snaps right off. Or I'm carrying it to the game in its case and it's already snapped off when I get there. Super glue is way too brittle. I'm not sure why I bother. Every time I want to use a mini like that, I have to carry it with my hands as if it's an egg. If it gets dropped or jostled I have to spend another day gluing it back together.
After doing some digging online, some recommended pinning the pieces instead: drilling tiny holes on each side, then super-gluing a pin into each piece so the attachment is stronger. This worked fine for miniatures with larger parts to attach (such as armored knights with really bulky armored arms) but it was very labor-intensive to drill those tiny holes with the hand drill, and it simply couldn't be used on some of the more lithe figures, or ones whose arms had to be glued together at the elbow and didn't leave any space to drill (seriously, who decided to put the attachment point there instead of the shoulder??).
One person mentioned JB Kwik, and it sounded like exactly what I was looking for. I've spent the past month going through a backlog of minis that I really love but could never finish before because their arms kept breaking off. I just have to get them in just the right position with my Helping Hands, then mix the epoxy, put a dab on the attachment point, and move the hands back in place to hold them there. In a few hours it's solid enough that I can do whatever I want with it as if it was molded that way as one entire pewter piece originally. The only time the seal has ever broken was once when the attachment point had a bit of some dust or paint or something on it without me noticing, and it came right off after setting, leaving the other side clean. I dabbed a bit more epoxy on it and it's really solid again now.
I needed to glue a couple of porcelain tiles to a metal plate so that I can mount a racing wheel for my PS4. I was a little skeptical that gluing the very different materials would work, but 5 minutes later, it was rock solid. Just beware that it does leave a "burnt" smell in the room. I didn't read that you should mix or let it dry in a well ventilated area.