... good ... today. ... managed to ... surface ... thought ... diameter ... cup ... pounds, ... and ... they ... against a ... (although ... would like to knowMessage 1 of 3 , May 1, 2005View Source--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Matt Rock" <mattihorn@i...> wrote:
> Hi all:good
> Just Me again with some progress to give forward.
> 2 out of three cones, now have magnets attached using this very
> cement (stainless steel embedded adhesive good up to 2000F).today.
> That would be the top and middle cone. They will be cured by oven
> The bottom being done today as well for the magnet attaching.managed to
> Over the last few days I have successfully welded the rims which go
> around each cone. It was a little precarious at first, but I
> get it where I need it without loosing the diameter on the cones.surface
> Grinded the welding seams flat, and them overall grinded the
> where the magnets are placed. Looks quite good.thought
> I have determined my osc table, finally, after a great deal of
> and instinct.diameter
> I have purchased 1/8th stainless steel.
> 12 X 12 inch.
> I am going to cut a circle of this material at 6.2 inches diameter.
> Then a center hole of 2 inches will be removed.
> I will scribing another circle inside the piece at 4.2 inches
> and then finding three positions along this circle for the granitecup
> The hole in the center (2 inch) will be used to interface with an
> insert I made a week prior, that will take the bottom cone top and
> place it where I need it. This will be welded in after a few
> I hope to get this small table top light as I can. With everything
> done, I am sensing that it will be close to or slight above 2
> equating to my middle cone weight. Where I need ti to be. Too heavyand
> the reaction will cease.they
> Anything else?
> Double checking my spheres, I have mathematically concluded that
> are indeed exactly the right spheres needed in the project.against a
> This confirmation came through using the 4/3XPIXr^3 equation
> 1 inch ball and 1.236 inch dia cup. as well as the top WIS(although
> this has been extremely difficult to determine for those two balls).would like to know where to adquire some of that adhesive for
> that's it for now
> Matt hello Matt, i am building a 55gd myself and
stainless steel; and does it hold well on other metals.thank you,bob
hello Matt, i am building a 55gd myself and ... Hi Bob, thanks for writing and it s nice to hear someone is doing the work in the tech as well. Okay the stuffMessage 1 of 3 , May 1, 2005View Sourcehello Matt, i am building a 55gd myself and
> would like to know where to adquire some of that adhesive for---------------------------
> stainless steel; and does it hold well on other metals.thank you,bob
thanks for writing and it's nice to hear someone is doing the work in
the tech as well.
Okay the stuff I got is called Durabond 954-1 and is sold at Cotronics
(New York). about $65 U.S. per pint. $110 per quart.
TM Durabond 7032 2000ºF Stainless Putty (which is practically the same
as the 954)
Now, a 2000ºF Stainless Steel putty that will repair and seal high
equipment with the ease of Cotronics' high performance systems.
A smooth creamy paste, just trowel on and cure at room temperature.
Will not run, drip, or sag.
Safe to use. No flammable solvents. No harsh odors.
Hardening starts in just 60 minutes. (also high temp curing to
increase temp resistance for service)
Durabond 7032 is machinable and resistant to most chemicals and
Durabond 7032 is ideal for high temperature repairs, rebuilding,
plugging leaks in automotive, maintenance and industrial applications.
This composite of Cotronics' unique ceramics and 316 Stainless Steel
to provide excellent adhesion and heat resistance.
7025 Repairs a Wear Plate
I don't know for sure how it will handle with other metals. I am
thinking that steel (general) would be okay, but aluminum, copper and
others I am not sure about. Perhaps Cotronics could answer that
question for you. They have a contact on the website and they also
deliver out catalogues. I got one.
Also look up Resbond 907GF. This actually looks good too. It may
handle the other metals quite well.
Hope that helps and good luck
P.S.: the stuff I got becomes somewhat brittle during temp curing
(100C to 200C). So, expect to lay it one thick for your application or
embed the magnets in this stuff. My rings are done like this and the
magnets do not budge at all. They did before, as I didn't completely