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Gluing Lexan

I want to flat glue two 1/8 inch x 1 inch x 2 inch pieces of lexan, Resulting in a piece that is 1/4 inch thick.

Has any one tried Super Glue?
I Do Not want to use methlyene chloride, I know it's the preferred glue.
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I want to flat glue two 1/8 inch x 1 inch x 2 inch pieces of lexan, Resulting in a piece that is 1/4 inch thick.

Has any one tried Super Glue?
I Do Not want to use methlyene chloride, I know it's the preferred glue.
They have this fancy stuff out called Flex Glue. and it dries clear there BROTHER TUFFNELL.

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Have you contacted the maker of the product Lexan .... I am sure they would have the appropriate information you are seeking.
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They have this fancy stuff out called Flex Glue. and it dries clear there BROTHER TUFFNELL.
Thanks for the information.
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Have you contacted the maker of the product Lexan .... I am sure they would have the appropriate information you are seeking.

I don't know who manufactured this Lexan so I'm going to try that Flex glue and see what happens.
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https://www.eplastics.com/accessorie...carbonate-glue

This looks like a decent website for lexan glue. I see the first option is methylene chloride, though.

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