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Cyanoacrylate and super glue are basically the same thing. These different names are used by different industries but they are all using the same adhesive.
Cyanoacrylate glue does not achieve it's max potential when working with plastics. It is really hard for the glue to stick thus why it is recommended to use ca glue on rough surfaces.
It is important to know how to use super glue accelerator. If use incorrectly it will diminish its max potential and problems might occur.
Ca glue is used for a variety of things, even for fighting crime. The FBI uses ca glue for their forensics team to help identify the criminal.
Equipment in any hobby/profession goes through its usual wear and tare. Pool enthusiast are well to familiar with needing to repair their pool cue. With ca glue you can save your self some money and time by repairing it yourself.
Corals can transform your plain tank into a beautiful home for your fish. In addition your tank will be a great decorative piece which will have you and your guest admiring it all the time.
Ca glue is great to stabilize all types of fossils including ivory ones. Learn the advantages ca glue can provide in your ivory work.
Cyanoacrylate glue can be a handy tool for either field or lab work. This quick setting, strong adhesive is great when working with fossil stabilization.
I immediately turned off the lathe to see an ever-so-small piece of the bark live edge rim was missing from my almost perfect bowl. Now, to many woodworkers this might seem like an obvious job for cyanoacrylate glue and truth be told it is just that, but please realize that not all us woodworkers have equal experience or exposure to the same excellent quality and great selection provided for you by such companies as Starbond.
I don’t know where, but from somewhere during my growing up years I had developed the misconceived notion that Superglue or CA glue was only for quick fixes that didn’t need to be counted on for high tensile strength or resistance to shock loads. I couldn’t have been more wrong.