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Glueing drawings to 4130 sheets ??

Jerry

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I've drawn my fittings up in a CAD program. I print them and then glue to the 4130 flat stock to cut to shape and drill.


I'm having a problem with the heat from grinding, It's "de-activating" the glue. I need to re-glue the drawing onto the fitting several times.


Is there any qlue out there, that someone has used, that isn't affected by heat, that can be used on the metal fittings ?


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