I use shoe goo. It is like a clear rubber cement, but dries harder. I
have used it on clear plastics before with no discoloration. This
stuff has another benefit, you can get remove it if you need to. I
used it to glue some plexiglass to a piece of corian for a HB key. I
scrapped that key out and the shoo goo came right off and I reused the
corian again. Give it a try, it is good stuff to have around the shack.
73, Bill NT9K
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "k5est" <k5est@...> wrote:
> Hi gang,
> Hope to get some direction on using glue to
> laminate some plexiglass for a HB bug. The
> lamination is for part of the arm and finger
> knob pieces. Being able to sand down/smooth
> the plex after the glue job is very important.
> I have tried expoxy (too many bubbles), contact
> cement (which looks best), and acetone (bubbles
> again). Acetone is supposed to do the melting
> of the plastic but it is cloudy and looks.....
> ....well, you know!
> The plex pieces were given to me and are 1/4 to
> 3/8 inches thick, so its glue time.
> Thanks for your thoughts?
> 73....Walter - K5EST